What do you think? Is it the higher the beltline then the higher the pants of the average buyer, or perhaps the beltlines are opposing? I would love to see an example where a vehicle and its primary buyer group prove one side or the other.

Personally I think back when it was new, the CTS Coupe’s beltline matched its buyers. Now as a used vehicle, the trend is going the opposite direction as they go from buyer to buyer.