What are the cars that make you look the most attractive for a date on Tinder | #tinder | #pof

Finding your better half today is easier thanks to technology, it does not matter if you live in another city or even in another country, with applications such as Tinder, you are more likely to meet the love of your life. However, it is a reality that few appointments are made and interest in a person increases or decreases once more is known about their environment.

According to information from El Universal, there is a way to improve the chances of dating someone through the app, and that is Click4Reg, a data collection company in England, developed a list of the cars that most attract dating on Tinder.

The list was the result of a study in which two new profiles were created, a man and a woman, and in which every 300 visits the main image was changed with different car models to see which one called the most the attention at first sight.

According to these data, the car with the most success in attracting dates on Tinder is the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, with 218 “likes” for every 300 visits, which translates into a success of 72.6%.

Mercedes-Benz C-Class 2020. / Photo: Courtesy Mercedes-Benz.

The second most popular model for dating is the Range rover sport, with 213 likes out of 300 opportunities.

Range Rover Sport 2021.
Credit: Courtesy Land Rover.

Third place is occupied by Volkswagen polo, with 210 out of 300, followed by BMW 3 Series with 204 of 300 and Volkswagen golf with 200 likes, he Mini with 198 likes and he Audi A3 with 196 likes.

BMW 3 Series. / Photo: Courtesy BMW.

On the other hand, least successful cars they are the Toyota yaris that only received 151 â € ˜likesâ € , the Hyundai i10With 157 likes and the Nissan micra with 166 likes.

So now you know, if you want to have a more accurate match in the Tinder app, maybe it’s time for you to take a photo next to your car to find the love of your life.


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