Two years ago, we asked you the same question and the winners were: the Buick Roadmaster Estate, the Volkswagen Type 2 Bus, the Maybach 62 S, the Wienermobile, a race car bed (bit of a cheat there), the Aston Martin DB5 Shooting Brake, the Honda Element, the Ford Crown Victoria, the Popemobile and the Chevrolet El Camino.
Then Jason told you how to have sex in a car. We really got this covered, so if you're still a car sex virgin, you've got only yourself to blame.
YesILoveCars is certainly no virgin, and gave us a complete list for this round:
Having done this for research purposes throughout my 20s and several willing test subjects, here are some results:
- 1985 Subaru GL Wagon - GOOD
- 1965 Chevy Chevelle - GOOD
- 1986 Chevy Cavalier - CHALLENGING
- 1992 Ford Probe - GOOD
- 1989 Ford Bronco - VERY GOOD
- 1990 Ford Mustang Convertible - VERY GOOD
- 1989 Honda Prelude - CHALLENGING
- 1967 VW Bug - CHALLENGING
- 2001 Nissan Pathfinder - VERY GOOD
- 1995 Chrysler LeBaron Convertible - VERY GOOD
- 1998 Pontiac Montana - VERY GOOD
- 1995 Lincoln Town Car - VERY, VERY GOOD
It's kinda like beer and pizza. It's always good, even when it's bad.
Impressive, but so are the following ten vehicles you picked out:
10.) An RV
It's a motor-home. It's only natural to have sex in it.
9.) Honda Odyssey
Basically, any minivan will do the trick. This is a Honda Odyssey, but any will work. APHoto liked it a lot:
From personal experience, it is the easiest and most comfortable by far of any car I've had to have sex in. The seats fold down (or can be removed completely. It was fairly competent off the road (no 4x4, but not awful), so secluded places were easier to find. Plus, from the outside, who would expect anyone was getting any in something that ugly, so less chance of being interrupted.
8.) Mazda MX-5
You thought the Miata can't be the answer to everything, but nomosolo proves you wrong:
Been there, done that. Top down, passenger seat, doggy while she's leaning over the back seat. Shoutout to the minivan that passed us on the supposed-to-be deserted country road.
According to ya-hey-everyone-ya-hey, you don't even need to drop the top:
I'm here to tell you, from experience, this is possible; with the top up no less! Miata FTW!
7.) Lamborghini Aventador
The Lamborghini Aventador attracts skinny models so... if you're as flexible as Batman there is enough space:
Suggested By: In a Mini; let them mock me as My Mini Countryman is higher than, Photo Credit: Alexandre Prévot
6.) Nash Ambassador
Fold-down bench seats. The perfect rolling bed. Baby boom? Baby boom!
5.) Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake
There's wood in the back. That's right.
4.) Citroën DS Convertible
It's big, very comfortable, and you might as well just do it in style!
3.) Audi A8L
You might think this is just another extended-wheelbase executive saloon from Germany. But Kate's Dirty Sister knows its kinky side:
The Audi A8L comes with an integrated BJ jumpseat.
2.) Pontiac Aztec
You can say whatever you want, but the Aztec was available with a tent. That makes it pretty cool in my book, and TofuDriftVan agrees:
What better vehicle to get in the sack than the always versatile Aztek? It can take you to a private little corner with its mild off-roading capabilities and it even transforms into a two star chalet with an inflatable mattress. It doesn't get any better than that.
1.) Dodge conversion van
It doesn't have to be a Dodge, but themanwithsauce was helped by Mopar to get laid:
Oh jeeze.....My first car was a mid 90s Dodge conversion van high roof. TV, shades on all the windows, and a power reclining rear bench that turned into a bed. I can barely nominate this in good conscience because it's just so obvious. But really, the modern high roof vans are the best. Full stop. All the benefits of a cheap motel room, only half of the diseases.
So, there you have it! Have fun out there!
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