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Who’s That Guy In The Nissan Sentra?
Who’s That Guy In The Nissan Sentra?

Gentlemen, if you thought a flashy car was a cool way to attract a woman, then think again. A new survey found that only 1 in 10 women say they’d date a guy they were not physically attracted to because of his car.

More than 50% of women say men who drive fancy, expensive cars are “arrogant” and some still think the car is “compensating” for something else that may be lacking. 11% of women say they can tell where a guy is in life based on his car. For example: if he has a sedan, he may be more ready to settle down and have a family.

So, forget the Jaguar. Get a fuel-efficient Nissan Sentra or something from the hybrid family of vehichles. Man, where was this survey when I was single and owned a Plymouth Horizon?

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