Yes, but that was during the 05 NAIAS, and before:LatinVenom said:This poll was done before.
This is a Roadster, and in general they're targeted to the older generations. The price of the Solstice has helped bring it down to a level that younger people can afford as well now too.Audio Imagez said:
Interesting as I was just looking to see how many spoiled kids would be driving this carbrentil said:This is a Roadster, and in general they're targeted to the older generations. The price of the Solstice has helped bring it down to a level that younger people can afford as well now too.
Which is why this poll needs more differentiation in the grouping above 45, because a majority of people are going to be in the 45+ age group more then likely over time.
Some of us have delayed our mid-life crisis. Or are going through second and third. Of course we could generalize that the typical S2000 market is the ex-soccer mom who is moving up from another 'chick' car, the Del Sol, after tiring of a Z4. :jester: All in jest, wingman.wing said:Interesting as I was just looking to see how many spoiled kids would be driving this car
I don't think any more differentiation is required because maturity levels are fairly similar in the higher age brackets. IE. 16-25 might be more tuner coolness factor, 25-35 your getting maybe more into motorsports and racing with some coolness factor, 35-45 usually mid life crisis mobile, and > 45 just a fun sunday run-about.
Ok now I hope that those statements don't offend, if they do I am sorry, it is a generalization. It doesn't mean if you are 35-45 and buying this car it's a midlife crisis, but I'm just trying to get an idea of demographics for the car.
Currently I own an S2000. Typically the owners were 26 - 40, sports car fans with knowledge of the cars pottential. But with lowering used car prices this has all changed to 18 year olds wanting the Honda of all Hondas.
I couldn't care less about looking cool to the "tuners". I like driving unique, stylish sportscars. I wouldn't be caught dead driving or drooling over a riced up civic with a fart can. I love my '79 Camaro because there's very few of them driving around and it's not what the "cool" people are driving. I like it, it turns heads from older generations, but people in my age bracket do give it respect whenever they see what a stock 26 year old car can do compared to their rice rockets.wing said:16-25 might be more tuner coolness factor,
Be careful you don't have all the fun or you'll be lucky to end up with the bland sedan and not walking. If the ex doesn't get the Sol, her attorney will. :lol:simmonsmb said:(That's the great thing about being married, I can have a bland sedan for her daily driver and keep a fun car as my daily driver. I say it's no sense to have a daily driver thats not fun but she couldn't care less so I get the best of both worlds!! haha)
PS. I'll turn 22 slightly before the Solstice comes out.