Men and women think differently on what makes a car practical
The Mazda CX-5 was still the most popular for practicality among both genders but far more women chose the CX-5. Nearly one in three women (31.3%) went for the medium SUV compared to just over one in four men (27.8%).
The Ford Ranger wasn’t far behind the CX-5 for men, with 23.9% choosing the ute compared to just 13.4% of women.
The Hyundai Accent was the clear second choice for women with about one in four going for the smallest car from the selection. Men, meanwhile, chose a Holden Commodore ahead of the Hyundai, with just 17% going for the Accent.
Who could argue that utes or hatchbacks aren’t practical vehicles? It might be a personal preference on how the driver is perceived behind the wheel that makes the difference for men and women.
Respondents from the Northern Territory were not segmented in the survey analysis due to a small sample size.
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