Millennial Rachael Hogg, mum Erin Baker and racing driver Vicki Butler-Henderson squeezed into the boots of three of the UK’s most popular small sports cars.
A bit of fun of course but also to show us how practical each car is. For example, how much each car can carry when there isn’t much room inside for more than two passengers.
The female trio’s first name initials spell REV (coincidentally as in review?) hence the name for AutoTrader’s new car review initiative that’s clearly been designed by and for women. We are delighted with this of course because it’s yet another website recognising the importance of the female motorist, representing our lifestyle needs and illustrating how poorly catered for, most women have been in this car sales area to date.
The cars in question are the Mazda MX-5, the Fiat 124 Spider and the Audi TT. They’re all popular and affordable models, selected for review based on how people search for them at Auto Trader, with a monthly PCP price of around £200.
Here’s where to read more, hear what the REV team have to say about the trio and see which one wins.
We agree with the verdict…