Showcase with car and driver

This week’s question comes from a viewer who asked the Window Shop series oracles: What’s the perfect car for a real estate agent? Any experienced real estate agent would have asked in return: what are you selling and where? You can’t sell million dollar homes in a Pontiac, but you can’t sell off-grid North Dakota yurts in a BMW 7-Series.

Lacking such information, the episode turned into another Myers-Briggs test for the panelists. The distinguished John Pearley Huffman only needed 90 seconds to land on a vintage Mercedes S-Class. It seemed more likely to be promoting homes for sale in a Tucson suburb, but like so much real estate these days, it’s a fixer who just needs a little vision.

Joey Capparella went for a slice of history – his own – by securing the keys to a Land Rover LR2, a vehicle that had belonged to an estate agent in his past. Although this real estate agent sold the house, perhaps Capparella should have heeded his youthful instincts when it came to the Landie. Unless he was trying to sell condos and colonials in Connecticut.

Jonathon Ramsey sent one in the middle, aiming to satisfy the greatest number of real estate agents in the greatest geographic area. His Jeep Grand Cherokee wouldn’t win any awards for styling, but as the automotive equivalent of a two-bedroom ranch on a quarter-acre, it’s familiar and approachable, and the driver is likely putting on some great grilling.

KC Colwell prioritized space and guest comfort by stopping in a Genesis G90. In fact, according to his real estate beat, his car’s interior might have been nicer than any house he had to show off.

Tony Quiroga has once again defied expectations, catching a Lincoln that anyone can fit in and no one likes. This one’s for the new realtor who’s still doing his Uber gig overnight while waiting for his first big commission check. But these days there are probably more than a few.

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