Recent Comments

1985 Yugo GV

1985 Yugo GV

1985 Yugo GV

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.

8 Comments on 1985 Yugo GV

  1. Cheesecake111703 // July 10, 2015 at 5:48 pm // Reply

    The 45 was junk. But I think the Dana was cool looking!

  2. construct master // July 1, 2013 at 12:01 pm // Reply

    the very purest example of BORING in a car

  3. Interesting fact: The people who made the Yugo DID NOT INCLUDE A WORKING GAS CAP. It SPEWED GAS ALL OVER THE ROAD!

  4. Well I’m glad they didn’t put the hummer h1 alpha

  5. “Everyone needs a Puko sometime!” LOL.

  6. Best car on the world!

  7. dirt cheap.terrible car

  8. but…. why? why would you buy such an unreilable car? it so fagile and brittle. at $4,000 it may be the cheapest car, but throw in a few more grand and you could get such a better car

Leave a Reply

Please do not use your real name.