Yugoslavia’s Yugo GV entered the United States in 1985 and immediately became the cheapest car available. Prices started at $3,990, but you get what you pay for. Bad brakes, rough transmissions and failing engines made owning a Yugo an unwanted adventure. Insurance companies also frowned upon the Yugo, which hiked up coverage prices. Yugo went bankrupt and quit importing to the U.S. in 1991.