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The G? Somewhat, but nowhere near what performance sedans and coupes have to deal with. It just happens to be the only brand that made it to North America.

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Which, of course, is fabulous. Oh, and they rallied it, too.

Which is nice. The Wira provided that thanks to a heap of Mitsubishi Lancer internals and externals and an affordable price. Further, like the Lancer, the Wira got a rallying equivalent that actually competed with the big boys in rally championships. Well, yes. After all, they were built there up until with the final Beetle ever produced rolling off the line in Puebla, Mexico, right onto a ship and into the Volkswagen museum in Wolfsburg, Germany. Production at its destination, however, had ended 25 years prior. Sweden: Volvo Long after the Americans — hitherto the station wagon masters — had begun developing SUVs, Volvo continued pushing forward with their wagon.

In traditional wagon form, it was as boxy as you can get, leading to plenty of practicality and just a little weirdness, what with the backwards-facing seats and all. Still, though: in classic Volvo form, they could tackle almost any weather — which, of course, is especially pertinent for most of Canada — and included a turbo option, a tech originally made popular by the Swedes in the Saab 99 days.

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Speaking of the Saab it had a big career in rallying, and the had some motorsport pedigree of its own, competing — in wagon form — in the British Touring Car Championship in Flamboyant styling, shrieking V10 power, and just a general disposition that fits so well with the playboy ethos. Personally, we like Blu Grifo, which recalls the stunning colours used by the Frecce Tricolori air show aerobatic team. I wonder if it spits out green, red and white exhaust?

It looked like nothing before it or, indeed, since but quickly became associated with both high culture and international intrigue; it protected then-President Charles de Gaulle from an assassination attempt, at the same time making appearances in several movies and TV shows. As recently as last year, the DS shone on screen in The Mentalist driven by the titular character. That feature was so ahead of its time that even today, it tends to only be available on upper-echelon models.

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Japan: Nissan Skyline Obvious? Thing is, those cars all have competition from across the globe. The G?

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Somewhat, but nowhere near what performance sedans and coupes have to deal with. It just happens to be the only brand that made it to North America. Which, of course, is fabulous. Oh, and they rallied it, too. Which is nice.

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The Wira provided that thanks to a heap of Mitsubishi Lancer internals and externals and an affordable price. Further, like the Lancer, the Wira got a rallying equivalent that actually competed with the big boys in rally championships. Well, yes.

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After all, they were built there up until with the final Beetle ever produced rolling off the line in Puebla, Mexico, right onto a ship and into the Volkswagen museum in Wolfsburg, Germany. Production at its destination, however, had ended 25 years prior.

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The driver's seat is fenced in by cup holders, change holders, penholders, and an ashtray the quickly converts into a fifth cup holder should the need arise. Thing is, those cars all have competition from across the globe. These filters include the model, price range and condition. Archived from the original on 11 February That thing was built like a tank; you could bounce modern-day Toyotas off of it like ping-pong balls. Where are the British Cars? Nearly 15, Dutch people gather in Valenciennes to support their women's football team playing against Cameroon at the city's Hainaut stadium.

Long after the Americans — hitherto the station wagon masters — had begun developing SUVs, Volvo continued pushing forward with their wagon. In traditional wagon form, it was as boxy as you can get, leading to plenty of practicality and just a little weirdness, what with the backwards-facing seats and all. Still, though: in classic Volvo form, they could tackle almost any weather — which, of course, is especially pertinent for most of Canada — and included a turbo option, a tech originally made popular by the Swedes in the Saab 99 days.

Speaking of the Saab it had a big career in rallying, and the had some motorsport pedigree of its own, competing — in wagon form — in the British Touring Car Championship in Flamboyant styling, shrieking V10 power, and just a general disposition that fits so well with the playboy ethos. Personally, we like Blu Grifo, which recalls the stunning colours used by the Frecce Tricolori air show aerobatic team. I wonder if it spits out green, red and white exhaust?

It looked like nothing before it or, indeed, since but quickly became associated with both high culture and international intrigue; it protected then-President Charles de Gaulle from an assassination attempt, at the same time making appearances in several movies and TV shows. As recently as last year, the DS shone on screen in The Mentalist driven by the titular character.

That feature was so ahead of its time that even today, it tends to only be available on upper-echelon models. But bear with us a second. June 29,