The Top 10 Most Popular Cars for Women

Lady drivers have always gotten the short end of the stick. They get blamed for
driving slowly, not being able to park properly and not knowing anything about the
engine. Forbes Magazine conducted a survey, however, and showed that females
do know something about automobiles. Here is a list of the top 10 most popular cars
for women.

10. Nissan Versa

The Nissan Versa is a compact car from the Japanese automaker Nissan. It first
came into production in 2004 and is also marketed as the Tiida and the Dodge
Trazo. It is also called the Pulsar in Thailand, Australia and New Zealand. The five-
door hatchback is based on the Nissan B platform. Buyers can choose from a 1.6-
liter or 1.8-liter engine. Transmission comes in either six-speed manual or CVT
automatic. There is also a sedan version that is based on the Sunny.

9. Jeep Compass

The Jeep Compass is a compact crossover SUV from Chrysler. It first came into
production in 2006 and is one of the first crossover SUV’s from the brand. The four-
door SUV is assembled in Belvidere, Illinois and is based on the Chrysler PM/MK
platform. It has a front engine layout with either a front-wheel or four-wheel drive. It
comes in both gasoline and diesel variants, with the top of the line gasoline model
boasting of a 2.4-liter GEMA I4 engine. The top diesel line has a 2.2-liter OM651
I4 engine. Transmission systems range from the five-speed manual and six-speed
automatic to the CVT Jatco automatic.

8. Nissan Juke

The Nissan Juke is a mini crossover from Nissan. It first came into production in
2010. It is based on the Nissan B platform and is assembled in Japan, Indonesia and
the United Kingdom. The five-door SUV has a front engine layout with either a four-
wheel or front-wheel drive. It has gasoline and diesel variants, with the top of the line
gasoline model boasting of a 3.8-liter twin turbo V6 engine. The diesel model has a
1.5-liter Renault K9K I4 engine. Transmission systems come in five-speed manual,
six-speed manual, CVT and six-speed dual clutch automatic system.

7. Toyota RAV4

The Toyota RAV is a compact crossover utility vehicle from the Japanese car giant
Toyota. It first came into production in 1994 and is now on its fourth generation.
The five-door vehicle is assembled in Japan, Canada, China and the Philippines.
It has both gasoline and diesel variants. The highest gasoline model has a 3.5-
liter 2GR-FE V6 engine, while the top diesel model has a 2.2-liter 2AD-FHV D-CAT
turbodiesel engine. It has five to six-speed manual and four to six-speed automatic
transmission systems.

6. Honda CR-V

The Honda CR-V is a compact crossover SUV from the Japanese giant carmaker
Honda. CR-V stands for Compact Recreational Vehicle or Comfortable Runabout
Vehicle. The vehicle first came into production in 1995 and is now on its fourth
generation. It has a transversely mounted, front engine layout in either front-wheel
or all-wheel drive. The vehicle is assembled in the United States, Mexico, Japan,
Thailand, Canada, Indonesia, England and China. Buyers can choose from either a
2-liter R20A I4 or a 2.4-liter K24Z I4 engine. The transmission is either a five-speed
automatic or six-speed manual. It has the Advanced Compatibility Engineering front
structure. All the models also come with a backup camera.

5. Hyundai Tucson

The Hyundai Tucson is a compact crossover SUV from the Korean carmaker
Hyundai Motor Corporation. It is marketed as the JM, or Joyful Mover, in Japan.
The vehicle first came into production in 2004 and features a front engine layout
with front-wheel or four-wheel drive. It is now on its second generation. The vehicle
is assembled in South Korea, Slovakia, China, Indonesia, Taiwan, the Philippines,
Egypt and the Czech Republic. It has both gasoline and diesel versions, with the top
gasoline variant boasting of a 2.4-liter Theta II I4 engine. The highest diesel model,
on the other hand, has a 2-liter R-Line CRDI I4 engine. It comes in five-speed or six-
speed manual and six-speed automatic transmission systems.

4. Volkswagen Beetle

The Volkswagen Beetle is an economy car made by the German auto manufacturer
Volkswagen. The official name of the car is Volkswagen Type 1, though it is also
called the Bug or the Beetle. It first came into production way back in 1938. It is
considered as one of the most influential cars of the 20th century. The subcompact
vehicle comes in either a two-door hatchback or two-door convertible. It used to
be assembled in several countries, including Germany, Australia, Belgium, Brazil,
Indonesia, Ireland, Mexico, New Zealand, Nigeria, the Philippines, South Africa,
Venezuela and Bosnia, though the current version is limited to the assembly plant in
Mexico. It comes in both gasoline and diesel models, with the top version boasting
of a 2.5-liter I5 20-valve engine. Transmission systems include a five-speed or six-
speed manual, six-speed automatic and six-speed DSG.

3. Volkswagen Eos

The Volkswagen Eos is a retractable hardtop coupe convertible from the German
giant Volkswagen. It first came into production in 2006 and is based on the A5
platform of the Volkswagen Group. It has an FF layout with either a six-speed
manual or six-speed DSG transmission system. The top of the line model has a 3.6-
liter V6 engine.

2. Nissan Rogue

The Nissan Rogue is a compact crossover SUV from the Japanese automaker
Nissan. It first came into production in 2007 and is based on the Nissan C platform.
The five-door SUV has a front engine layout with either front-wheel or four-wheel
drive. It has a 2.5-liter I4 engine that is capable of generating up to 170 horsepower.         It has a CVT transmission system. It won a couple of awards in 2010 as the Automotive Best Buy Award from Consumer’s Digest and the Highest Side Impact Safety Rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration of the United States.

1. Volvo S40

The Volvo S40 is a compact luxury car from the Swedish automobile manufacturer
Volvo. The car first came into production in 1995 and is now on its second
generation. The four-door sedan is based on the Volvo P1 platform and comes in a
front engine layout with either a front-wheel or four-wheel drive. The top of the line
model has a 2.4D I5 engine. Transmission ranges from a five-speed manual to six-
speed Geartronic.

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