Suppose you are talking about cars, and are asked what car manufacturer's vehicle you like, which sentence is correct or sounds more natural?
I like Ford Explorers, because they are well-equipped.
(the plural form of a proper noun)
I like Ford Explorer, because they are well-equipped.
(a proper noun w/o any articles)
I like the Ford Explorer, because it is well-equipped.
(a proper noun with a definite article)
Here, I'm talking about cars in general, and not about some specific cars in front of me.
I know I must use a plural noun after the verb "like" in a sentence as "I like poodles." for example. But I'm not sure whether I could say just as the same when it comes to a specific model name of industrial products like cars or smartphones.
I'd very much appreciate it if you could help me with this question.