Little poll. Are you a male or female baja owner?

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Are you a male or female baja owner?

Male
97
82%
Female
21
18%
 
Total votes: 118

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Post by cyphergirl » Tue May 10, 2005 1:00 pm

mbaksic wrote:Looks that way, more guys that gals so far.....
Bogus... [smilie=thumbdown.gif]

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Post by mbaksic » Wed May 11, 2005 8:00 pm

cyphergirl wrote:
mbaksic wrote:Looks that way, more guys that gals so far.....
Bogus... [smilie=thumbdown.gif]
So where are all da gurls then??? Mike

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Post by wrx03 » Sat Jan 28, 2006 5:56 pm

Baja=Mine
WRX=Wife's :wink:

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Post by autumnmist83 » Mon Apr 10, 2006 3:03 pm

now there is 8 girls lol

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Post by mbaksic » Tue Apr 11, 2006 8:04 pm

I can't believe there are not more women in Baja's. I sure see alot of them in big ol fullsize junk. And dropping lots of cash in the gas tank, HE HE HE!! Mike

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Post by Flowmastered87GL » Tue Apr 11, 2006 9:48 pm

Almost a year later... I finally noticed the poll and voted :roll:
2005 Baja Sport, 51k ("NU BRAT")
2004 Freightliner Columbia Day Cab 504k

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Post by jaxed » Wed Apr 12, 2006 12:01 pm

cliffhanger wrote:so im going to assume that the baja is definitely more of a guys vehicle then...
Actually, I'm guessing its 50/50. Not a lot of Baja owners on on this forum ;) And from what I have gathered the real buyers of the Baja are in their 40's through retirement-aged women, then men -- Not the 20-somethings that Subaru tried to market the vehicle to.

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Post by mbaksic » Wed Apr 12, 2006 6:04 pm

jaxed wrote:
cliffhanger wrote:so im going to assume that the baja is definitely more of a guys vehicle then...
Actually, I'm guessing its 50/50. Not a lot of Baja owners on on this forum ;) And from what I have gathered the real buyers of the Baja are in their 40's through retirement-aged women, then men -- Not the 20-somethings that Subaru tried to market the vehicle to.
Sounds about right, the marketing people missed big time with the Baja!!

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Post by autumnmist83 » Thu Apr 13, 2006 5:50 am

jaxed wrote:
cliffhanger wrote:so im going to assume that the baja is definitely more of a guys vehicle then...
Actually, I'm guessing its 50/50. Not a lot of Baja owners on on this forum ;) And from what I have gathered the real buyers of the Baja are in their 40's through retirement-aged women, then men -- Not the 20-somethings that Subaru tried to market the vehicle to.



I guess.... I am a 22 female so :P

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Post by hakysak » Thu Apr 13, 2006 9:08 am

Once I saw it a couple of years ago, I knew I needed to have it. Many young people don't have it because of the price, but it was something that I had to have, so I figured out how to get it. Almost 25 and have had the baja for almost a year, and totally loving every mile I drive.

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Post by jaxed » Thu Apr 13, 2006 10:39 am

Yeah, I don't fit either demographic - just wanted something "different" to drive - My family has always had Subies so it seemed like a good fit. I sometimes wish I had the turbo, but I am happy.

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Post by stefan » Wed Aug 16, 2006 6:36 am

just noticed this and voted- As for Subbies marketing- Well I'm 40- and remember wanting a brat so bad I could taste it (ummm rust and all!) well NOW I have the means (read credit score) to afford what I want- I work hard for what I have- I put a lot of miles on my everyday vehicles (I have not gotten rid of anything under 100,000miles since I sold my Escort wagon (96,000 miles) to my Mother-in-law (hehehe and had to teach a 60 year old arthretic woman to drive stick hhehehe) I really think Subaru should have gone with the Marketing of "The Brat you always wanted" I think the Baja would have sold better- and would not have been dropped from the line (of course then the vehicle would have not been so "rare")

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Post by Snorkeled » Fri Mar 14, 2008 2:16 am

Well it looks like more guys own Baja's . .

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Post by bulwnkl » Sat Mar 15, 2008 11:41 am

Or maybe guys are just more likely to cruise internet forums?

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Post by Zooom » Sun Mar 16, 2008 7:10 am

hey...what about a choice for the hermaphrodites??....


BTW...I'm a guy...just makin light of this rather sexist thread! LOL :P

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