But beyond safety, reliability and styling, men and women part ways.

Women tend to be more concerned with comfort, fuel economy, cargo capacity and quality of workmanship, in that order. Men, on the other hand, fuss about quality of workmanship, power/performance, comfort and fuel economy, in that order.

"I would buy from him again. That's why I bought the car where I did. I wanted him to get the business," she says of a smart fellow who stayed late one Saturday evening so Stephen could do a test drive. All the way through, he was ready to answer questions, but he wasn't pushy.

"Nothing puts me off more than aggressive salesmen."

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