Not when I was growing up. My father collected Kaisers & Fraziers. We had to name them to keep them straight!I've never named a car, but all of them except my current car have had personnalities. Growing up we had a car named "ED", the license plate was ED-XXXX. I owned a Ford Tempo, I should have named it Shirley! (Shirley Tempo!) I don't want to start a war and mean no disrespect to anyone, but isn't naming cars more of a girl thing?
I have to admit - when I first saw pictures of the lime in the brochures and internet, I didn't like it. In fact, I didn't understand why people would order that color.
Today I drove past a dealership that had a lime colored hatchback - IT WAS BEAUTIFUL! I had to do a U-Turn and get out and look at it... Loved it!
I was lucky that the one on display at the KC Auto Show was in Lime Squeeze. I'd already ordered it before I saw it and certainly wasn't disappointed when I saw the color in real life.I KNOW, RIGHT? For me, it was just total fatigue from only seeing the green color in all the marketing and the auto reviews. But when I saw it in real life I felt like I was looking at it for the first time. It's a great color.
You could call yours Lima.When my coworker saw a picture of the car he said "it looks like a jellybean!" So I was thinking of calling her jellybean... but I dunno if that's dumb. I've never actually named a car before!!
I'm excited that others have seen it IRL and that they love the color. I can not wait ugh! I fully expect to turn heads