Why do men love cars?

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  1. stricktlydating profile image88
    stricktlydatingposted 11 years ago

    Why do men love cars?

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    andrew kingstonposted 11 years ago

    They do not talk back, they can be locked in the garage and do not complain, they still work when they are cold, if you get rid of it you will not have to keep sending it money. it doesnt get jealous if you use somebody elses car. A car cannot get moody, does not menstrate, and you do not have to pretend to understand it.........

  3. KKSteinmetz profile image62
    KKSteinmetzposted 11 years ago

    There is just something captivating about a good looking car.  The body lines, the sound of the motor.  The desire to go fast is another thing.  For me my love of cars stems from a knowledge of what many cars are capable of and exploiting it by pushing them to their limit.  Sheer amazement at what some cars can do is reason enough to love them in my book.  And aside from the connections with it having some form of contempt for what women do and cars can't. its just something that comes with being a guy.

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    pinebeltridesposted 10 years ago

    I think it's the freedom you feel on the open road. The response of having a machine follow your every command without any questions or hesitation. It's the sleek lines that catch every eye as you pass by and the feel of the engine as it purrs underneath the hood. There are a lot of reasons, but in the end it all comes down to power and freedom (at least for me).

    Rob Z

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    Always Greenerposted 10 years ago

    Because they offer an emotional appeal without the undue consequences.  Also, they offer unconditional companionship.

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    AirportCarServiceposted 9 years ago

    Men loves flying.So they love cars and bikes etc.

    Actually, it has been seen that men feels passionate about the things which they have been longing for a long time, what they have achieved after a many hard work.

    A car is something which people do not or cannot buy everyday.
    When men achieves this thing after a long quest, they love it and cares for it very passionately.

  7. Laura Schneider profile image90
    Laura Schneiderposted 7 years ago

    Men and women love cars because they represent freedom, power, and adulthood. Women in general just don't spend every weekend windowshopping at the dealerships or go to the auto shows, but how many moms of more than 1 kid DON'T own a big vehicle? (They did their shopping.)

    Men love their own car, looking at cars on the roads and in dealerships, and going to car shows because they love the power and can appreciate the designs of the vehicles. A car can get you halfway across the N. American continent in one day--that's power, another thing men love (and women).

    A man's first car gives him a lot of power. He can go anywhere he wants, he has a place to make out with his girlfriend, and he has a life-size model of the Matchbox® cars he played with as a kid, and it offers no end of possibilities to tinker with things (something girls are generally discouraged from doing growing up--playing with Matchbox cars and tinkering with things).

    A shiny, glistening car that's perfectly detailed and brand-new at a dealership or auto show is almost impossible to resist touching, though you know you'd ruin the perfection of the finish temporarily and someone would have to polish that section again. The colors are rich and deeply embedded into the vehicle. You know that the engine under the hood is increadibly powerful. Get in the car, and you get the almost intoxicating "new car" smell. The elaborate dashboard is the window into the car, the command console. The seats are so comfortable, and the material is clean and soft or it's rich leather.

    Put it all together, and it's really quite easy for anyone to fall in love with cars. Airplanes, too.


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