To be honest, I'm not one for stereotyping anyone based on the car they drive. I've seen good and bad in all makes, of both sexes and all ages. The car very rarely has a bearing on it.
Of course, someone will come along and say they only get cut up by people in "x" cars, but we all know hand on heart, that's not really the case.
Nowt wrong with a bit of banter though, the world would be a worse place without it.
Sadly, I work in an office where everyone is more or less entitled to a company car (apart from us in finance - sucks, eh?). They are all marketing types who religiously all buy a car for its badge and solely nothing else. Hardly a soul knows what they are actually driving, so long as it is BMW, Merc or Audi.
Let me give you an example about my old boss who had a Mercedes C-Class. I told her my old ST170 was quicker than hers, and she retorted and said:"How can it be faster? You've got a Ford and I've got a Mercedes!"
The company cars are a status symbol and that's exactly how the staff here treat them and exactly how they are driven ... !
There are literally only one or two non-German cars selected, and they happen to be a couple of 350Z's, a Leon FR and an S2000.
You look in our car park and you'd think you were in Germany!