Half the cars in the top 10 are sports cars, indicating drivers of these models are keen to test the limits. All 10 have retail prices below the national average. This affordability means there are lots of them around, further contributing to high ticket rates.
The WRX has topped the speeding list for the last three years, suggesting it appeals to a certain type of driver who is willing to disregard speed limits at a higher-than-average rate. It is certainly marketed as a ride for thrill-seekers; TV commercials show it ripping around desert roads at top speed and skidding into turns.
The fact that three Subaru models make the top 10 is a bad look for the company, which prides itself on making some of the safest cars on the market, and is leading the way in
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