Car Names by Alternate Definition #1

All the words are names of car models. Based on the definition, guess the words.
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Last updated: January 3, 2020
First submittedFebruary 21, 2012
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Definition
Car Model
Wild horse
Ford Mustang
Another wild horse
Ford Bronco
An international agreement
Honda Accord
Treeless Arctic ecosystem
Toyota Tundra
Type of musical composition
Hyundai Sonata
Type of nuclear power
Ford Fusion
Spanish celebration
Ford Fiesta
Type of African antelope
Chevy Impala
Desert convoy
Dodge Caravan
Call girl
Ford Escort
Definition
Car Model
Gas used in advertising signage
Dodge Neon
Type of poisonous snake
Dodge Viper
Person who handles horses and cattle
Jeep Wrangler
Short sword with a curved blade
Oldsmobile Cutlass
The 27th element
Chevy Cobalt
Measure of electrical potential
Chevy Volt
Medieval war horse
Dodge Charger
Stellar explosion
Chevy Nova
Person who directs the path of a ship
Lincoln Navigator
Epic, adventurous voyage
Honda Odyssey
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Level 48
Feb 21, 2012
I thought of cayenne and then thought 'no, that's a ridiculous name for a car...' Welp, next time I'll go with my gut. x)
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Level 61
Nov 12, 2012
exactly!
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Level 73
Jul 23, 2013
yeah, me too.
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Level 53
May 1, 2015
There's a car named cayenne? That's awesome! They must have taken it off of this quiz.
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Level 83
Oct 21, 2016
Must have. Why did they take it off? I actually like that car.
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Level 82
Nov 19, 2015
Guess they took that clue off the quiz. Too bad, I probably would have gotten it - I jokingly call those cars "Porsche Peppers!"
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Level 67
Jul 13, 2018
None of y'all heard of a Porsche Cayenne?? O.O
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Level 44
Feb 21, 2012
Only reason I got Impala is because I'm a 'Supernatural' nut and that's Dean's car, a 67 Chevy Impala... who knew it was an Antelope?
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Level 83
Sep 14, 2013
I did, and don't they have a picture of a jumping gazelle (impala) on the insignia?
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Level 39
Oct 1, 2013
yes
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Level 59
Apr 22, 2019
SAME! I was hoping to find some of my fellow SPN fans here.
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Level 79
Feb 21, 2012
Very good quiz!
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Level 43
Feb 21, 2012
Um, you folks do realize an impala IS an kind of antelope, right?
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Level 20
Apr 29, 2012
call girl-ford ESCORT you have to love that one!!
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Level 83
Sep 14, 2013
that one made me laugh as well. Though I'm pretty sure that's not what Ford's marketing people where thinking, so the clue is a little misleading. Might as well give the hint for Sienna as "hot blonde actress named Miller," charger as "someone who doesn't carry a lot of cash," or Nova as "Spanish for 'doesn't go'"
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Level 54
Oct 10, 2012
Had to count out the elements to figure out Cobalt. I missed the Dodge Charger and the Honda Odyssey. Which is very sad because I own an Odyssey... ouch.
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Level 86
Aug 21, 2014
Should I be disappointed the quiz didn't accept 'Astrovan' for stellar explosion, or disappointed in myself for trying it??? :)
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Level 58
Aug 21, 2014
I was thinking Ford Pinto for one of the Ford horse cars.
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Level 65
Aug 26, 2014
I second pinto, it should be added.
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Level 68
Aug 22, 2014
By far one of the best quiz ever for me. Im francophon and I know all of these models, but I was enable to fit a lot of the answers.
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Level 56
Apr 21, 2015
Can you imagine how popular Oldsmobile would be if they manufactured my incorrect answer? "Hey, what kind of car do you drive?" "Oh, I drive an Oldsmobile Scimitar."
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Level 75
Oct 20, 2016
Oh, I tried this one too... There's really a British car named Scimitar, but it's a Reliant so I got things mixed up.
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Level 67
Jan 9, 2019
I tried katana and machette...
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Level 75
May 2, 2015
Hadn't heard of the poisonous snake one, so I tried "rattler" before realizing that a model with that name wouldn't sell very well.
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Level 78
Oct 15, 2018
I had a "rattler" at one time, but for some reason Chevrolet insisted on calling it a Corvette.
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Level 84
Jan 18, 2016
So few elements really lend themselves to being car names. Chevy Sulfur? Chevy Manganese? Chevy Iodine?
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Level 77
Oct 20, 2016
I'm trying to decide between a Dodge Ununoctium and a Chevy Ytterbium.
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Level 72
Aug 23, 2018
Of curse, they recently renamed that model to be the Dodge Oganesson.
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Level 90
May 16, 2019
i think tennessine would really work here
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Level 67
Jan 9, 2019
well I can think of quite a few you have the ones that indicate wealth or strength like, gold, platinum, titanium.

I can see mercury, krypton, neon aswell. Well and anything that seems spacey or mythological would work I guess.

And sciency... like nobel would work, not sure about nobelium though

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Level 59
Oct 20, 2016
The brand new 2017 Ford Prostitute
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Level 46
Oct 25, 2016
Has to be :)
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Level 59
Apr 22, 2019
Obviously
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Level 45
Nov 29, 2020
Exactly what I was thinking
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Level 57
Oct 20, 2016
Please, lets have more dreary GM cars in these quizzes and no German, British, French, Italian, Spanish, Czech or proper Japanese cars...
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Level 83
Oct 20, 2016
Yeah because Skodas are sooooo sexy.
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Level 83
Oct 20, 2016
Also, what constitutes a "proper" Japanese car if not a Honda or Toyota?
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Level 83
Oct 21, 2016
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Level 61
Oct 21, 2016
This was surprisingly hard with so many American brands - even for manufacturers who sell in the UK as well, quite a few of the cars are brands I've not heard of.

I'm also terrible at remembering what cars are called, so maybe that had something to do with it.

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Level 83
Oct 21, 2016
Try part 4 made by me. Lots of international brands on that. Though, still probably not many you've seen in the UK. There's a big world out there.
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Level 70
Oct 22, 2016
Yeah, Chevy and Dodge have very little presence in Britain/Europe and Oldsmobile and Lincoln have none. Does make it a tad harder for those of us who aren't American.
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Level 83
Oct 1, 2021
You have this comment saved to your clipboard permanently, don't you?
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Level 63
Jan 12, 2018
Vipers are venomous, not poisonous. Venom is produced in special glands and must be injected to cause harm. Venoms can be swallowed or applied to the skin with no ill effect (as long as you don't have any ulcers or open wounds whence the venom can enter the bloodstream).

Poisons on the other hand act when inhaled, swallowed, or touched. Poisons are often produced in large areas of the body such as the skin (not a specialized gland).

Poison dart frogs are poisonous because you become sick when you touch their skin. In contrast, certain spiders, snakes, and jellyfish are venomous because they have specialized methods to inject their toxic substance under your skin.

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Level 83
Feb 27, 2021
Thank you. Also, some keelbacks are probably the only truly "poisonous" snakes since they are harmful if eaten due to poison they themselves ingest through their diet of toads. Some are also venomous, but they're rear-fanged Colubrids, not front-fanged snakes like Vipers.
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Level 87
Mar 8, 2018
Not that it's wrong or inaccurate or needs to be changed but broncos aren't necessarily wild just untamed. Wild insinuates that the animal is owed by no one and is free ranging. There are lots of horses that are owed by someone and live on fenced in property but have never been broken.
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Level 83
Feb 27, 2021
I came here to say this. "Feral" is a much better description than "wild."
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Level 54
Sep 16, 2018
Very hard quiz for a brit
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Level 61
Jan 20, 2019
Venomous snake. Remember, if you bite it and die, it's poisonous, if it bites you and you die, it's venomous. ;-)
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Level 81
Mar 22, 2022
Apart from Ford, you don't see too many American cars in Australia where Japanese cars dominate. Dodge and Chevy are virtually unheard of and as far as I know Oldsmobile never had a presence here at all. Still the clues meant it wasn't too tricky.