Top 10 Most Researched Vehicles – 3rd Quarter 2009

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New York, NY – Gay and lesbian vehicle shoppers’ behavior is often stereotyped as being all luxury and all convertibles. In reality, the data dispels that myth while giving some credence to it at the same time. Today, Gaywheels.com announced its list of the Top 10 Most-Researched Vehicles during the third quarter of 2009:

Top 10 Most Researched Vehicles – 2nd Quarter 2009

top 10 most researched cars on Gaywheels.com

River Edge, NJ – Gays and lesbian car and truck shoppers continue to show their diversity in vehicles with a combination of economy, luxury and super cars being the most-researched on Gaywheels.com, the sole source of information specifically targeted to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) car-shoppers. Today, Gaywheels.com announced its list of the Top 10 Most-Researched Vehicles during the second quarter of 2009:

Top 10 Most Researched Vehicles – 1st Quarter 2009

Gaywheels.com Top 10 List

River Edge, NJ – Gays and lesbians continue to do their homework when it comes to buying cars and the Volkswagen Rabbit and Eos remain at the top of their list when searching on Gaywheels.com, the sole source of information specifically targeted to and about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) car-shoppers. Today, Gaywheels.com announced its list of the Top 10 Most-Researched Vehicles during the first quarter of 2009.

Top 10 Most Researched Vehicles – 3rd Quarter 2008

Gaywheels.com Top 10 List

River Edge, NJ – Gaywheels.com, the sole source of information specifically targeted to and about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) car-shoppers, today announced its list of the Top 10 Most-Researched Vehicles during the third quarter of 2008. The Volkswagen Rabbit and Eos remained in first and second place, respectively. Mazda’s MAZDA3 gave up the third slot to its sister car from Mazda, the MX-5 who now shares that position with the Audi A3.

2008 Volvo C30

See Me, See You, C30 by Scott Corlett In recent years, the conventional wisdom in automotive design shops was that Americans want to hunker down in fortified vehicles-less glass and more metal (think the Chrysler 300). The irony is that…