The only mode of transport for the chav
of today, a chavmobile is a derogatory word for a home-converted vehicle of some description. Countless modifications may include huge subwoofers in the boot, a crude soft-top, spoilers from an F1 car, blue neon underneath the doors, spinning hub-caps, painted flames around the wheels or bonnet, a nitro-charged engine (homemade, of course) and multiple CD player. The trouble is, a chavmobile will usually be a fifteen year old Vauxhaul Nova or a Ford Fiesta that should have been scrapped after the accident.
Incidentally, why do chavs spend so much money doing up their chavmobiles when they could buy a decent car with it in the first place?
Readers of motoring magazine Max Power will be all too familiar with chavmobiles.