Car manufacturers have designed and developed cars for every country, for every climate, and for every preference. This also includes car models for every individual and financial capability. Interestingly, cars are no longer just a man thing but women found their niche in this male-dominated sphere. So much so that car manufacturers have recognized that catering to women’s needs and preferences in relation to cars is a huge market. If you are a woman and are thinking of buying a car, Lauderdale Lakes title loans may give you options in terms of financing your next vehicle purchase.
Women make up 52% of the US car market share and have definitive preferences when it comes to buying a car. According to a Deloitte study, women usually take longer to decide than men when buying a car. And when women shop around for a car, according to Women’s Choice Awards, major considerations are value, safety, reliability, convenience, and comfort. Edmunds.com also observed that women tend to lean more towards Asian car brands because of quality and dependability. Women are also attracted by practicality so they opt to buy the affordable and utilitarian minivan than a flashy sports car.
The Kia Soul is priced at USD 16,490 (base model). It has a 1.6L turbocharged engine and gives 130hp @ 6,300 rpm of power so it gives enough speed, with 118 lb-ft @ 4,850 rpm of torque. It averages 28 miles per gallon (mpg). Women appreciate the rear cargo space of 18.8 cubic feet, which can be expanded to 49.5 cubic feet with the rear seats folded down. It has a turning radius of 34.8 feet, which makes it quite maneuverable in tight corners. It provides a rear camera display to make it easy to reverse and park. There are steering wheel-mounted buttons and Bluetooth technology that make it really convenient to operate the audio. It is even equipped with voice recognition and Siri Eyes Free.
Starting at USD 21,845, the Volkswagen Golf compact car has a five-star rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. It has a 6-year warranty, which is transferable should the car be sold within the warranty period. It has an 8” touchscreen display, which, through App-Connect, can be connected to a smartphone and access apps. Plus, a touchscreen audio system with Bluetooth technology. For safety, the car is equipped with a Blind Spot Monitor combined with Lane Assist. It also has a Car-Net Security and Service feature on top of its Intelligent Crash Response System. This compact surely packs a punch with all its features.
The Infiniti Q70 is a luxury sedan that is truly at the top of its class. Infiniti did not scrimp on features on this one. Loaded with monitors for safety like the Backup Collision Intervention, which may engage the brakes for you to prevent any rear collision when reversing, the Around View Monitor, which helps in parking and maneuvering in small spaces, and the Predictive Forward Collision Warning, which senses the distance and velocity of the 2 cars in front of the vehicle. The Infiniti Q70 is powered by a 3.7L engine that produces 330hp@7,000 rpm of power with 270 lb-ft of torque at 5,200 rpm. The fuel consumption is estimated at 18 mpg (city) and 25 mpg (highway). Prices start at USD 50,300.