Top 10 Cars Douchebags DriveEver drive safe and legally, and then all of a sudden you’re being tailgated, sped around, and flipped off all by some poser redneck blaring Kid Rock or wannabe Paul Walker blaring 50 Cent? Well, chances are they were driving one of these.
DISCLAIMER: This list is simply tongue in cheek. If you own one of these and drive like a normal human being, good for you. This list isn't about you. Also, let me dismiss the “I own a fast car and I have the RIGHT to go fast!” Claim. No, you don’t. Not on city streets, highways, or country roads. Go to an enclosed track and do that.
Come on, this had to be number one. Even with the likes of faux rednecks and their big pick up trucks and wannabe gangstas and the excessive speeding in their Camaros, One car forever stands atop the mountain of douche bag drivers: the Honda Civic. A long-standing staple of Japanese automobile since the 70s, the Honda Civic has seen many sporty incarnation, including the CRX and inclusion in Honda's coveted Type R line. However, under the hood lies both it's cause of praise and downfall to douchebaggery: VTEC. Something exclusively seem to Honda, VTEC is what gives the Civic and a lot of front wheel drive Hondas their infamy. That quick build up to acceleration makes the Honda Civic, and the Honda Integra by extension, formidable and popular choices in street racing. Also, the infamous "fart cannon" moments when you're sleeping at night, and you hear one of these things roaring down the street in the distance.
This goes double for the Camaro, with most of them now coming standard with a rear spoiler. Release to compete against the Mustang in the 60s and 70s, the Camaro has also seen a very powerful incarnation released nowadays. Then again, there has always seem to have been a battle between Chevrolet fans and Ford fans, ESPECIALLY in the pickup truck division. Still, one cannot help but roll their eyes every time one of these drive by. Also, for one more game of road bingo: count how many of these the driver of a Chevy Camaro has: curly hair, slender build, fake supreme shirt, jean jacket, vapes, Jordan sandals and tube socks, basketball shorts, fake chain, car smells of weed, stands 6' or higher, dumber than a first grade class pet guinea pig.
Come on, couldn't an entry be any more obvious? The Ford Mustang and the Chevy Camaro are probably the only two cars a redneck douchebag would own nowadays. A long running vehicle since the 1960s and 1970s, the most recent incarnation of the Mustang is rather powerful for a pony car. As a result, it's become quite the peace among street racers and rednecks alike. Particularly street racers, who are looking to impress all their equally lame friends and to crash it into a ditch after shelling out good money for the car.
BMW has always kind of had a rich douche bag vibe, but a lot of the models from the 1990s until the mid-2000s appeared to have garnered tuner car reputations. Particularly the 3 series, 1 series, and, most of all, the prestigious M series. These once held in high regard luxury sedans are now being treated like Honda Integras! Though it is funny to watch the rich douche bag get taken down a peg, it's annoying to say the wannabe gangsta douche bag go up three pegs! You can particularly think Need For Speed: Most Wanted for that. The use of a 2000s BMW M3 GTR as the ultimate car in the game really influenced all the J-Moneys and Lil Broomsticks to be just like Razor Callahan!
Honestly, though, it's ALL Jeeps. Every… freaking… model. It doesn't matter which one it is! It could be the Wrangler, the Cherokee, the Liberty, the Compass, the Renegade, IT DOESN'T MATTER! Douchebags have long poisoned the Jeep. Cheap, stylish, and with decent speed and all offering 4WD, what redneck wouldn't want one? It seems that a lot of those who own a Jeep has some kind of body modification on it, but NONE WORSE THAN THE WRANGLER! Changing the grills to look "menacing" is the cringiest thing imagineable! Also, thank you for ruining the official way of apologizing in traffic! For those who don't know, the official way of apologizing in traffic is the peace sign. Jeep drivers appropriated it into "the Jeep Salute". Now, instead of being a vital communication tool, it's a bro fist for tools!
And now for a third party in the car douchebags: the Holier-than-thou electric car driver. That one preachy hippie who really thinks he's changing the world by driving the equivalent of a road-legal, faster golf cart. However, these things are, shockingly, safe! Mercedes-Benz, the company that owns Smart (surprised? I was too!), built these little things to take a beating. Still, who wants to be reemed by Karen or Madison for driving "an EEEEEEVIL gas guzzler that's literally killing the planet!". Also, a little more road bingo for ya! Count how many smart cars (and Toyota Prius' by extent) have the following mentioned on their bumper stickers: Che Guevara, Resist/anti-trump/anti-Republican message, meditation/chakras, a democrat party candidate for President, veganism, a peace sign, a rainbow flag, and something about saving the earth. Karen, your rambling about your smart car saving the earth is just as annoying as Tanner revving up his Ford F-250 at 3 AM because "Murica!".
Wanna combine the douchy redneck off-roaring culture with the douchy wannabe gangsta street racing culture? How about a 4WD 4-door? The Subaru WRX began as a standalone model in 2014, after being a sportier version of the Impreza since 1992. Like the Impreza WRX, however, the Subaru WRX is known for two things: appearances in racing games and being a race winner. The car garnered a rep, like the Nissan R35, for street racing. However, its 4WD drivetrain will also guarantee its use in off-roading. So, be careful on your hike in the woods, kids. You'll never know when Tanner and his wannabe gangsta buddy, J-Money (real name Jordan), may decide to race their Subaru WRX and Ford F-250 Super Duty.
You see these things WAAAAAY more than you see the Ram 1500. I swear, though, there is worse redneck douchebaggery with a Ford pickup than any other! I'm gonna go ahead and just lump in the entire Ford F Series family of trucks, which will constitute the F-150, the F-250, the F-350, etc. You'll always see these things plastered in some redneck stickers. Here's a nice game of road bingo: point out how many of the following you can spot on a Ford F Series truck: Trump, gun, beer, stripper silhouette, confederate flag, thin blue/red/green line, Gadsden flag, reference to Skynyrd, and something about being country. I'm not saying being country is bad at all! Hell, my mama's country. But, still, you don't have to make that you WHOLE PERSONALITY!
Now for the faux redneck. We all know at least 10 of these dudes! Lives in the suburbs, drives a muddy, lifted truck with a confederate flag somewhere on it, drinks light beer, constantly blaring Kid Rock and Lynyrd Skynyrd on Friday nights, and probably named something like Paxton or Tanner. Now, as for these things? WHY did Chrysler even think it to be a clever idea to separate the Ram truck from Dodge anyway? The Ram 1500 is your standard full size pickup truck, and, like all pickups, have garnered a reputation for obnoxious redneck behavior behind the wheel of them. Also, no need to tailgate me, dude. We get it! "Beeg twuck eet widdle cah!" This isn't Monster Jam, dude.
Hummer is like Jeep, but for rich douchebags who wanna appear redneck and rich at the same time (for some reason). Expensive, not as luxurious as advertised, and HORRIBLE on fuel, and got popular among civilians at a time when the US was going to war (again). Yeah, there's really no reason to own one of these things.
In the world of obnoxious speed demons who think they're in a Fast & Furious movie, you have two groups: Wannabe gangsta and faux redneck. The Nissan R35 GT-R is Nissan's continuation of the GT-R after splitting the nameplate from the Skyline in the mid 2000s. The R35 is easily far more powerful than any of its predecessors. Its lower cost compared to other powerful sports cars and appearances in racing games makes it a formidable choice for racers in the making, both real and poser. A common choice amongst street race enthusiasts, this Japanese sports coupe has garnered quite the hated reputation for its use.
Minivans and "Karens" go together like peanut butter and jelly.
By now, you know the stereotype. Karen: 40+ years old, bobcut, hoop earrings, cheap sunglasses, always wants to complain to the manager, shuttles the kids to soccer practice, always complaining in general when something doesn't go her way. Yeah, them.
The Plymouth Voyager used Chrysler's S-Platform to kick off a revolution in automobiles. Yes, the minivan was a revolutionary idea. All the other minivans have the Voyager to thank for the inspiration.