Top 5 Most Unmanly Cars

A man’s car is an extension of himself. Has anyone else noticed the increasingly more effeminate vehicles being made by today’s manufacturers in the name of “Going Green”? I am not making a statement about global warming or saving the planet, but for God’s sake could the cars at least look remotely manly for a guy to drive if we are going to save the world one mile at a time?! Today we are going to provide you the Top 5 most unmanly cars.

If these cars were transformers they would turn into their matching color Easy Bake Ovens. I wouldn’t even ride in the passenger seat of some of these monstrosities of the motoring world. These vehicles, if you want to call them that, take a proverbial electric urination on Henry Ford’s grave. A car is a traveling statement of the person you are. I am not making a comment on taste. I understand that some guys are fond of Jeeps, Muscle Cars, Trucks, Luxury etc. Instead I want to point out that there appears to be a massive increase in the prevalence of these girly cars. As I mentioned in a prior article, once your bathroom is gone, you have surrendered your castle. And once “your” car is gone, you have surrendered your horse. At that point, there is no chance for escape.

You’ve gotta feel sorry for that guy you pass that is driving 55 mph in a wind-up or electric smart car.  Did he (hopefully) just borrow his girl’s car, or has he lost every ounce of self-respect and officially lost the war of motoring masculinity?

The list:

5.) Mini Cooper (BMW)

4.) Beatle (VW)

3.) Leaf (Nissan)

2.) Prius (Toyota)

1.) Smart Car




-Henry the Moose of Manliness

4 Responses to “Top 5 Most Unmanly Cars”

  • Emily: August 2, 2012 at 2:44 pm

    It can be pretty ridiculous seeing guys in tiny cars like some of the ones on the list but it shows that a guy has high self-confidence and doesn’t give a crap. No, what really shows up a man is when he’s surrounded himself with as much suped-up metal as possible in the vain hope it makes him seem more of a tough guy. Very transparent to discerning ladies.

    • Big Al: August 2, 2012 at 10:48 pm

      Thanks for your response Emily. Just curious, do you drive a Nissan Leaf?

    • Aldi: November 16, 2012 at 2:20 am

      I’m grateful that you put this out there. Some of these ideas, are fimrly implanted in our male culture, sometimes we need to shake things up, specifically point out to people.. seriously?.. why do you believe going to that store makes you emasculated So many blindly follow what those around them do, or say, or beleive. I’d like to beleive that people think for themselves, but sadly, they often don’t. Asking questions, pointing out hypocrisy, laughing at it all all these things help people to examine their beliefs.. see if they actually fit or is it something picked up by someone else/somewhere else. Thanks!

    • The Colonel: November 26, 2012 at 6:54 pm

      Thank you Aldi! We are glad you share our ideas. You are obviously a wise man, indeed!

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