As the guy who actually gets paid to tell people what cars to buy, I was initially a little threatened by CarHub’s personality car matchmaker. Then I took saw the quiz results from my colleagues and I felt much better. But it seems CarHub might be able to read us a little deeper than we anticipated.
I’m of the opinion that matching people to cars depends on five main criteria: location, budget, needs, wants and lifestyle. None of this Myers-Briggs bullshit that CarHub is trying to pull, because if you start asking too many questions, you might get answers you don’t want.
Reader The Devil Drives A Mustang (Rotary Pending) found out that he has... interesting taste.