Jeremy Clarkson has famously labeled Audi and BMW drivers as 'cocks' but a new study suggests Nissan drivers are the "most generous, loyal, and friendly" people on the road in Europe. According to the Psychometrics Center at Cambridge University, Nissan drivers are more likely to put other people's feeling ahead of their own and be more interested in economic welfare as well as social justice.

Jeremy Clarkson has famously labeled Audi and BMW drivers as "cocks" but a new study suggests Nissan drivers are the "most generous, loyal, and friendly" people on the road in Europe.

According to the Psychometrics Center at Cambridge University, Nissan drivers are more likely to put other people's feeling ahead of their own and be more interested in economic welfare as well as social justice. As Dr. Richard Mills explained, "Our research shows that Nissan drivers are generally seen as trusting, soft-hearted, generous and sympathetic. They are considerate and friendly, and think other people are honest and decent, as opposed to competitive and self-interested."

Given the results of the study, it should come as little surprise that a vast majority of Nissan owners are in comfortable long-term relationships.

Nissan declined to say which drivers were the scourge of society but noted Psychometrics is just one of the ways the company tries to understand the needs of customers.  Nissan says this results in an improved experience "behind the wheel, online, in showrooms, and in service centers."

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