SC sports cars for girls by ianmc1981


									Sports Cars for Girls

Looking at different kinds of cars, one can't help but notice that each
car has a special trait, a characteristic that makes it what it is. And
we cannot help but categorize a car by its looks and features. On sports
cars for girls, one usually arrives at an image of a convertible roadster
that is small and compact. To give you a better idea, here are some cars
that can be classified as a ‘chick car’.

Volkswagen Beetle

The Volkswagen Beetle is a compact family car that is made in Germany. It
is one of the most easily recognized cars in the whole world. Due to its
popularity, it has even moved up to a cult status with many loyal
followers. It is known as the beetle, bug, or kafer (German) because of
its distinctive shape.

Mini Cooper

This car is an affordable, stylish, fun, and compact piece of machinery.
It was first designed in 1959 as a car that combines a big interior space
with a small car body. It is very appealing to the eye and popular to a
wide range of people due to its affordability. With regards to safety
issues, the mini cooper employs an anti-lock braking system for more
stability and control especially during turns and cornering. The interior
of this car is stylish and compact. One drawback is its small storage
capacity but that is expected from this type of car. It is not a ‘hot
rod’ but it is a fun to drive around the city.

BMW Z4 Roadster

The Z4 is the follow-up to the Z3 series which was first introduced in
1996. It is very popular to both young and old car aficionados because of
its aggressive design. It is a bit bigger then the Z3 and its body is
much stiffer even when measures were taken to reduce its overall body
weight without compromising rigidity. It has a stiff chassis, a variety
of transmission options, and large disk brakes that enable this car to
provide great comfort and pleasure while driving.

These are some of the best sports cars that can be considered as ‘girl’
cars. If you are still thinking of what kind of car you want to get,
consider the following: The prices of convertibles start around $20,000
and go up to the hundred thousand range. Engines used usually are four or
six cylinder types while the pricier ones employ V6 or V8 engines.
Maintenance costs for convertibles are roughly the same as those of
sedans and technology has made soft tops stronger and more durable to
withstand years of abuse.

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