DETROIT ( TheStreet) -- When it comes to buying cars, there is no such thing as gender equality. Men go for looks, while women go for practicality, according to a study of about eight million 2010 retail car-buying transactions by TrueCar.com. Besides favoring fuel efficiency, women also seem to like imports. Four of the top five vehicles with the highest percentage of female buyers were imports; the only exception was the Jeep Compass. >>5 Vehicles Men Buy the Most By contrast, of the top five vehicles with the highest percentage of male buyers, three were GM ( GM) products and one was the Ford ( F) F Series pickup. "The study shows that women car buyers are more cost-conscious and purchased fuel-efficient vehicles," said TrueCar analyst Jesse Toprak. "Male buyers were completely the opposite, purchasing vehicles that were either big and brawny, like a large truck, or chose a high-priced, high-performance vehicle." Here are the top five women's choices, as measured by percentage of retail buyers in 2010.