The list of feminine cars has gotten much shorter as a number of automakers have made the transition to a more feminine-friendly approach to their vehicles.
According to a new report from Consumer Reports, the most common gender-neutral vehicles in the U.S. are the Nissan Leaf, the Honda Fit and the Volkswagen Golf.
While the latter two are by far the most popular cars in the world, the Nissan and the Golf are also the least popular in the United States, with the Leaf coming in at a disappointing 16 percent, while the Golf only comes in at 12 percent.
The new report also highlights some of the new cars on the market, such as the Audi S4, BMW i3 and Mercedes-Benz C-Class, that have gotten a facelift in recent years.
The Nissan Leaf is the most-popular car in the country, with a 21 percent market share.
Source: Consumer Reports / NHTSA