Well, that may be, but that's all subjective, and goes for anything. To some people a car is a matter of transport, and they're plenty happy in a Toyota, to other's its one of their passions of life, such as hot rod freaks etc. Try telling those guys a car is just to get from A to B
Not trying to be argumentative, but hey it's a law school board right?
As one of the aforementioned hot rod freaks, I know when I need to be driving my lexus and when I can drive my corvette. I choose the company wisely when I take the corvette out, because it's loud, it's rough, the seats are uncomfortable, the harnesses are a pain, etc - but those people who enjoy that sort of thing really get a kick out of it. The people that don't, ride in the lexus.
I know my taste in cars isn't normal and I don't hold others to that standard. I'm sure you see what I'm getting at.