Six car names you're probably saying wrong
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Nissan Horny Super Long, Geely Rural Nanny, Isuzu Mysterious Utility Wizard. All are genuine, yet ridiculous, car names that would send any owner red in the face when asked what vehicle they drove.
But some of us are also risking looking a little foolish by failing to correctly pronounce a raft of today's mainstream models.
Extended vehicle warranty firm Warranty Direct has listed the 20 most-commonly incorrectly enunciated cars, and provided the right way to say it, or at least as the car manufacturer intended.
We reveal the cars and how their names are pronounced.
The Scirocco name has been around since the mid-70s, but 40 years on many people still struggle to get it right.
Common pronunciation: Si-rock-oh
Correct pronunciation: Shi-rock-oh
The Tucson is the newest member of the Hyundai family and also one of the most difficult models in the Korean range to say correctly.
Common pronunciation: Tuck-son
Correct pronunciation: Too-son
If one model sums up cars we frequently say wrong it's the Qashqai. The best-selling SUV in Britain. What happened to the missing "U"s, Nissan?
Common pronunciation: Quash-kee
Correct pronunciation: Kash-kai
It's fast. It's sexy. It's exotic. It's not a hurricane!
Common pronunciation: Huh-ruh-caine
Correct pronunciation: Huh-ruh-can
The original Ghibli was a two-door coupe in the 60s. The current one is a four-door sporty saloon. Still, the name is impossible to get right first time.
Common pronunciation: Gib-lee
Correct pronunciation: Jee-blee
Number six in our list is a doozy. A big round of applause to anyone who gets this one right at the first time of asking.
Common pronunciation: Hey-rah
Correct pronunciation: Wai-rah