Which Gender Is Your Fleet Tailored For?

Some movies are described as "chick flicks," while others are classified as "guy flicks." Their appeal is arguably divided along gender lines. But are there also "guy cars" and "chick cars"?

The Web site for National Public Radio's "Car Talk" recently surveyed the program's fans to determine the "ultimate chick cars of all time" and the "ultimate guy cars of all time." Thousands of listeners e-mailed in their nominations and here are the results:

Ultimate Chick Cars: 1. VW Beetle 2. VW Cabriolet 3. Mazda Miata 4. VW Jetta 5. Dodge Neon

Ultimate Guy Cars: 1. Ford Mustang 2. Chevy Corvette 3. Chevy Camaro 4. Ford F-150 Pickup 5. Dodge Viper

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