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Spinoff Thread - Why are BMWs always associated with spoiled children?
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by Pleasanton Parent
on Feb 2, 2010
It seems like the stereotypical Pleasantonian is a SUV driving, "not my kid", soccer mom with a spoiled teen driving a BMW? Why BMW? Why do Lexus, Acura, Cadillac, Infiniti, Lincoln, Mercedes, and Jaguar escape the negative association? Additionally, is a teenager driving a "hand me down" BMW any more or less "spoiled" than one driving a new Honda Accord or Toyota Camry? Why does the student with the $40k F250 super duty escape the wrath of the Pleasanton stereotype but the one lucky enough to receive a $30k entry level 3 series takes all the heat?
I'm curious why BMW takes the title? Your thoughts? Ha ha.....
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