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NFL & CARS SURVEY SHOWS MOST CAR ENTHUSIASTS THINK NEW ENGLAND WILL WIN THIS YEAR’S SUPERBOWL, the nation’s largest car lease marketplace, today released results of its NFL & Cars survey, where football fans revealed their favorite cars and also discussed which NFL teams remind them most of popular cars in automotive history. The majority of survey participants think the New England Patriots will win the SuperBowl this year, and also feel the BMW 5-Series should be Car of the Year.

Key highlights of the survey (full results may be found by clicking here):

  • Most men said they’re a fan of the New England Patriots; most women said New York Giants.
  • When separated out, most men think the Green Bay Packers will win the SuperBowl (Patriots for women).
  • Most men and women feel the Dallas Cowboys is the team that most remind them of a pickup truck.
  • Both men and women feel the Jacksonville Jaguars remind them of a minivan.
  • Both men and women feel the Seattle Seahawks remind them of a Tesla.
  • Most women feel the Buffalo Bills remind them of a Dodge with too many miles on it (Chicago Bears for men).
  • Most men feel the New England Patriots remind them of a Classic Corvette (San Francisco 49ers for women).
  • Most women feel the Baltimore Ravens remind them of a stolen car (Oakland Raiders for men).
  • Most women feel the Miami Dolphins remind them of a Lamborghini (Seattle Seahawks for men).
  • Both men and women feel the Buffalo Bills remind them of a Smart Fortwo.
  • Majority of survey participants said Blindspot Monitoring is their favorite car feature.

“With football back on everyone’s mind we felt we would have a little fun and see if car enthusiasts felt a connection between certain teams and popular car styles over the years,” said Scot Hall, Executive Vice President of “It was fun to combine two of our country’s favorite pastimes in football and cars, and to see fans stand behind their jerseys as we get ready for the regular season kickoff.”

To see the complete results of the survey, click here. is the nation’s largest car lease marketplace, allowing drivers to transfer out of an existing lease by identifying a third party interested in taking over the remainder of the lease.

Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, is the world’s largest automotive lease marketplace and the pioneer in facilitating lease transfers online. More specifically matches individuals who want to get out of their lease with people who are looking for short-term lease agreements. Prospective buyers can search the listings for the exact vehicle they want, and then register for a nominal fee, allowing them to use’s safe online system to contact the prospective seller and close the deal. 

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