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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.

14 Comments on 1985 Yugo GV

  1. Fliboys.RBX // June 23, 2011 at 9:41 pm // Reply

    “Sometimes” is the key word in this situation.

    Yeah, I need a Yugo to blow up.

    Sure, I could use a dumpy car to drive into the Grand Canyon.

    HECK YEAH, I need cheap car to buy for Pedro, lest he find his Pedro Pod yet again.

    Did I mention the Computer I just bought for the same price?

  2. kyletheterrorizer // June 23, 2011 at 3:57 pm // Reply

    I got a perfect joke in this situation: A book never written: “One Of the Worst Cars Ever” by Yugo G. Vees.

  3. cheezesneeze // June 22, 2011 at 1:44 pm // Reply

    i heard a joke about the yugo that the rear window defroster would “keep your hands warm when you’repushing it in the middle of the winter

  4. Those people look sooo…seventies.

  5. yugo is cheaper than dirt
    $3990! what a bust

  6. That car is dirt cheap but teriible

  7. current automobile cost way too much. We the people need a cheap car.

  8. sooo ugly

  9. ready scout says // June 21, 2011 at 6:42 am // Reply

    soo ugly i will die

  10. This car was suppose to be the next “Beatle”. However, communist craftsmanship being what it is, the engines and intake manifolds tended to crack under very little stress, the electrical system was a nightmare and they were impossible to get pats for. A Coke can at a BB gun festival has better survivability. There are still 1957 VW “Beatles” on the road. RIP Yugo.

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