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What makes a car a good choice for a woman? They are as different as snowflakes — bearing a resemblance to one another, but each unique. The suggestion below although subjective, is a suggestion that women, with their physical features, their intuition, their way they though, should enjoy driving.
However, I believe there are some motoring qualities that are important in particular to women: a smooth ride, a decent fit for smaller hands and shorter limbs, infotainment technology that doesn't have the same learning curve as a physics degree, style, good road manners, reasonable cabin storage and good ergonomics, a full complement of safety features and, especially for those of us with kids, easy ingress and egress and ample cargo space. And you can't put a price on the je ne sais quoi — we want a car that makes us feel good. (see the original article here)
The suggestion: MINI VAN HONDA ODYSSEY 2012
A minivan is logical choice, and like most auto writers would, we suggest the Odyssey. The Honda Odyssey is universally praised for its excellent handling, which to most justifies the higher price. It got an overhaul last year, with a major fix being that the best of its Bluetooth, USB and music storage functionality used to be available only on the highest trim level, but is now on the base LX.
Some new styling cues make it about as suave as a minivan can be. Listen, these are the years of your life when the kids (and sometimes even the dogs) come first, so you may as well take a bold stand and do the thing that will make your life just that much easier — buy a good minivan. Sliding doors, tons of space and, at least in the case of the Odyssey, no compromise when it comes to styling and performance. (see the original article about Odyssey here)
Ask your Bathurst Honda dealer for all details.