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The Top Car Picks For Single Guys




It’s been said that too much choice can be a bad thing, leaving you in a quandary over which way to turn and preventing you from settling on one option. I disagree! Where cars are concerned, it’s great that there are so many options because, let’s face it, there are so many different types of drivers. And it isn’t simply that they’re old or young, male or female, careful or crazy drivers; even if you look at a supposedly unified demographic such as single male drivers, there is a range of types, and therefore, a range of ideal cars.

The Sports Fanatic

Whether you’re into football, baseball, basketball, hockey, martial arts, or something else entirely, the point is that some guys will be using their car to get to practice, games, or performances. Therefore, they’ll need space for their equipment and gear, and possibly even for a bunch of their teammates. For these guys, a reasonably sizeable hatchback would be ideal, providing plenty of storage space and enough room to seat three men in the back, yet not too large that they’re uneconomical.

The Ladykiller

What we’re actually talking about here is the men who think they’re irresistible to the opposite sex and want a car that backs up that – usually mistaken – impression. This type of driver is likely to go for something flash and sporty, such like a BMW, Audi, or Porsche. Maybe they even spring for a convertible model. But what they don’t realize is that women don’t fall for great cars, they fall for great men. If ‘sporty’ seems a bit too obvious and you’ve got money to spare, the Range Rover Evoque is a status vehicle that’s also practical, comfortable and won’t ruin her hair like a convertible might.

The Penny-Pincher

Since we’re focusing on single men, we should acknowledge that a great many of them are also young and often not particularly wealthy. It’s logical to assume that the best cars for young drivers, therefore, would be those that are economical to run and not ruinously expensive to insure. Cars that fall into both categories would include compacts like the Nissan Versa, Chevy Spark, Ford Fiesta, or Kia Rio. You can also opt for a used car, if you’re looking to save a few bucks and move up to something a bit nicer.

The Eco-Warrior

Obviously, a true eco-warrior would ride a bicycle everywhere, but for those who don’t want to arrive at work in a pool of sweat, there are cars that are kinder to the environment but won’t make people think you’re off to a hen night. For starters, you can simply buy the smallest car for your needs, cutting emissions and fuel consumption, but you could go one better and get a hybrid, such as the Honda Insight, Toyota Prius, Honda Civic Hybrid, or VW Jetta Hybrid. These of these cars hold their own in the appearance stakes, while having far better green credentials. If you want to make a more obvious statement of concern for the environment, you could get the efficient and economical Smart ForTwo electric car.

It’s impossible to advise anybody on car choice without knowing their financial state, work requirements and personal habits, but one piece of advice that is suitable for any single man is this – remember that the back seat of your car is not the place for empty cans and burger packets!

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