For the most part car model names are catchy and words that are easy to pronounce, memorize and recall: my min bar for a decent name. The names you will see below are real, rise to the min bar, but also make you want to question, "What were they smoking?".
The word villager does not exactly evoke zippy thoughts.
Bravada (noun) Old Spanish for a pretentious, swaggering display of courage. As opposed to real courage.
Cavalier (noun) haughty, disdainful or supercilious; offhand or unceremonious. You're not really selling it aggressively enough, my friends.
Hmm, caprice is a tendency to change one's mind without apparent or adequate motive. Bad attitude for drivers.
Citation (noun) an official summons, especially one calling for appearance in court; as in traffic citation
As in caught in the crossfire.
Chrysler Town & Country
Did you say travesty? Dictionary.com: A charade is a blatant pretense or deception, esp. something so full of pretense as to be a travesty
Subliminal advertising about the drive?
As in someone who raids and pillages for spoils. Definitely not what you want your insurance provider to think of you.
A scamp is an unscrupulous person; a rogue or rascal or scallawag. A tip of the hat to car salesmen, perhaps?
Subaru Brat and Subaru Justy
I swear, I'm not making this up.
Takes after the pace of the game, I presume.