Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Pride Month: Popular cars among (LGBT Community)

Honda CR-V
Likes: The styling inside out is much better than the outgoing model. Turbo engine offers the zip that we love with decent running costs.

Dislikes: Infotainment system is too fiddly to operate.

Overall: The CR-V is a great option in the compact crossover segment.

Ford F-150
Likes: Rugged exterior looks with comfortable interior. It’s literally the workhorse you’d want to drive with turbo engines that has amazing flexibility.

Dislikes: The more expensive versions seem pointless. It can be quite daunting to drive especially on any road or parking lot that's not wide open.  

Overall: It offers something for everyone in the pick-up segment.

Jeep Wrangler
Likes: Go anywhere capability with interior to match, iconic Jeep styling with removable roof panels.

Dislikes: Build quality is iffy. It isn’t as great on-road as it is off-road. Endless limited editions that make no sense.

Overall: Wait for the improved redesign for 2018.

Subaru Forester
Likes: Rugged go-anywhere all-wheel-drive. It’s literally built to last. Turbo engine is the best way to go here.

Dislikes: Exterior styling is a little on the 'blah' side. 

Overall: Great value for the money and a vehicle not afraid to get dirty.

Subaru Outback
Likes: It’s the best of the best when it comes to crossover wagons. Refinement has been improved as well as interior build quality. Both engines are up for the job.

Dislikes: We can’t really think of any.

Overall: The original wagon that started a whole segment that’s booming now.

Mazda Miata 
Likes: It’s literally the best roadster money can buy.

Dislikes: None

Overall: This is one car that you have to drive before you go to your grave.

BMW 3-series
Likes: It sets the benchmark for luxury sports sedans.

Dislikes: It’s expensive with options and well the best form (wagon) is sold in limited numbers.

Overall: You’ll love it or loathe it.

VW Beetle
Likes: It’s iconic in shape and styling. The interior is modern VW chic. Turbo engine offers plenty of zip as well as low running costs.

Dislikes: The 2-liter turbo engine option is no longer offered. It’s not as practical as the Golf and it’s not even as sporty as the GTI.

Overall: If you want style of practicality then this is the car for you.

VW Jetta
Likes: Roomiest rear seat and boot space in this segment. The new 1.4 turbo engine is light years better than the old 2-liter engine. Legendary VW build quality.

Dislikes: It’s bland to look and even more bland to drive. Old fashioned trunk hinges eats into boot space. It feels built to a price on some trims.

Overall: Those who don’t want a Civic or Corolla will be pleased with this. 

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