There definitely are stereotypes related to vehicle ownership in the United States – after all, this country is the heart and soul of car culture.
Lesse … off the top of my head …
any SUV - Arrogant/assertive jerk, or anyone from Colorado.
Chevrolet Camaro, Ponriac Firebird - either a white trash guy or girl with a mullet, or a young Italian-American male.
Honda Accord - The preferred car among Asian Indians In my hometown, it’s assumed that if you’re driving an Accord, your last name must be “Patel.”
Volvo (any) - Unitarian liberal arts professors with leftward leaning mindsets.
Cadillac (any) - What that Camaro driving Italian-American male buys when he turns 40.
Peugeot (any) - Upper middle class African-American professional. Seriously.
Honda Civic - 18 year old boy with a 'tude.
Subaru (any) - a fan of Ellen DeGeneres and k.d. lang.
Volkswagen Cabriolet - Kathi, Christi, Bunni, Jenni, or any other blonde girl with a name that ends in “i.”