Well, it was a little disappointing. What U.S. News actually does is crunch number to RANK vehicles by category. For instance, if you are looking for an affordable sports car under $35K, the number one choice is the Mazda MX-5 Miata pictured on the cover.
Actually, this website comes closer to matching you to your "car soul-mate"; www.tomorrowland.us/sportscar
Several of these "tests" have been around and you may have done one before. Still, its fun--take the plunge.
What if you could go online and plug in your preferences and personality traits and all your decisions would be made for you? Style of house? Location? Price range?
Actually, there is an idea rattling around in the back of my mind for an E-harmony approach to career counseling. That could save lots of time and money for the college bound.