2014 Women’s World Car of the Year is Mercedes S-Class

American author John Gray is well known for his book “Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus”.

Yes we are sometimes quite different, but are we that different when it comes to are choices in cars?

Well it looks like our understanding of a good car is not much different.

Female journalists from 15 countries have selected this year’s winners of the Women’s World Car of the Year awards, based on ten different criteria such as design and function, style and appeal, comfort, storage, drive quality, the ‘wow’ factor, sex appeal and value-for-money.

The overall winner was Mercedes-Benz S-Class, followed by Audi A8 and Tesla Model S.

The Audi A3 saloon received the Family Car award, the BMW M4 scored in the Sports Car category and in the SUV category, the Range Rover Sport closely beat the Porsche Macan.

This year’s dream car for women is the Jaguar F-type coupe.


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