Modern Cars

Modern cars are at the top of the list for most buyers in the market. See what's under the hoods of modern cars and explore current modern car models.

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Chevrolet Chevette

The Chevrolet Chevette was an inexpensive car that focused on transportation instead of style. The Chevette replaced the Vega and was based on an a model from GM's European Opal division. Find prices and information for the Chevrolet Chevette.

Chevrolet Celebrity

The Chevrolet Celebrity was a solid car that offered practicality and adequate performance. Styling and equipment packages were perfect for buyers looking for a reasonably-priced midsize car. Find pictures prices and information for the Celebrity.

Chevrolet Beretta

The Chevrolet Beretta offered sporty models that found healthy sales from 1988 to 1996. The Beretta was a front-wheel-drive car that came with either a four or six-cylinder engine. Find prices pictures and information for the Beretta.

Chevrolet Cavalier

The Chevrolet Cavalier proved that America could compete with the imports reporting top sales numbers each year. The Cavalier design was the first to be used in all of the GM divisions, although, it was a bust for Cadillac. Learn about the Chevy Cavalier.

Chevrolet Citation

The Chevrolet Citation was once America's best-selling car, but it is remembered as a design failure. A long list of recalls involving failure of the rear brakes caused Citation sales to drastically drop. Find photos and information for the Citation.

Chevrolet Vega

The Chevrolet Vega was Chevy's answer to domestic and import subcompact cars. Unfortunately, the Vega was prone to rust, and suffered from an engine that turned out to be unreliable. Read about the car's fascinating but short history in this article.

Chevrolet Monte Carlo

The Chevrolet Monte Carlo debuted in 1970. It was built as a personal-luxury car, but grew into much more. The greatest achievement came when the Monte Carlo became NASCAR's winningest stock cars ever. Follow the Monte Carlo from 1970 to 1996.

1988-1995 BMW 750iL

The 1988-1995 BMW 750iL is highly desirable new and will likely be a collectible in the future. The 750iL came with a powerful V-12 engine. It was launched in Europe a year before it debuted in America. Learn more about this classic car.

1998-2000 Mercedes-Benz SLK230

The 1998-2000 Mercedes-Benz SLK230 had a folding steel top and a solid structure. Learn about the development of this classy Mercedes-Benz sports car and discover the positives negatives production facts specifications engine type and more.

1984-1988 Mercury Cougar XR-7

The 1984-1988 Mercury Cougar XR-7 has good performance and sleek styling but won't be appreciating in value for the foreseeable future. Learn about the history of this car and discover the positives negatives specifications engine types and more.

1991-2000 Mercedes-Benz SL

The astronomically priced 1991-2000 Mercedes-Benz SL had a superb finish and excellent safety features. Learn much more about this elite sports car and discover the positives negatives production facts specifications engine type and more.

1998-2000 Mercedes-Benz ML55/E55/C43 (AMG Specials)

The 1998-2000 Mercedes-Benz ML55/E55/C43 also known as the AMG Specials had great acceleration and handling. Learn more about this well-equipped car and discover the positives negatives production facts specifications engine type and more.

1986-1987 Shelby GLH-S

The 1986-1987 Shelby GLH-S was considered fast, affordable, and great fun to drive. The GLH-S was essentially a more specialized rendition of the 1983-1986 Omni GLH. Get details about the performance of this collectible car.

1999-2000 Shelby S.P. 360 Durango

The racy 1999-2000 Shelby S.P. 360 Durango could accelerate from zero to 60 in less than seven seconds. Performance came from a supercharged 5.9-liter V-8 that produced 360 horsepower. Get more engine details on this collectible car.

1987 Shelby Charger GLH-S

The racier 1987 Shelby Charger GLH-S was a "Shelbyized" edition of the L-body Dodge hatchback coupe. Separate from Dodge's Charger this model was more powerful. Read about the styling and features of this collectible car.

1982-1989 Lamborghini Jalpa

The 1982-1989 Lamborghini Jalpa the junior Lamborghini of the 1980s was a supercar in everything but size. Learn about speedy two-seater classic car and discover the positives negatives production facts specifications engine type and more.

1995-2000 Jaguar XJR

The 1995-2000 Jaguar XJR is the collectible version of the first redesigned Jaguar XJ sedan under Ford ownership. Come discover more about this supercharged sedan's pluses minuses production facts specifications engine versions and more.

2000 Jaguar XKR

The 2000 Jaguar XKR a 4-passenger luxury sports car was a superb supercharged variant of the “base” XK form. Come and discover this classy and lavish auto's pluses minuses production facts specifications engine types and more.

1987-1994 Jaguar XJ6

The 1987-1994 Jaguar XJ6 is considered to be the best-built Jaguar sedan ever made. Learn more about the quintessential 1987-1994 Jaguar XJ6 and learn about this smooth auto's pluses minuses specifications production facts engine types and more.

1979-1986 Jaguar XJ6 Series III

The 1979-1986 Jaguar XJ6 Series III was extensively modified from structure to style. Discover more about the stylish 1979-1986 Jaguar XJ6 Series III and learn about this graceful auto’s pros cons specifications production facts and more.

1983-1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass/Hurst & 442

The 1983-1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass Hurst and 4-4-2 had muscle car good looks at an affordable price. Find out much more about this scarce automobile and discover the positives negatives production facts specifications engine type and other facts.

1984-1990 Lincoln Continental Mark VII LSC

The 1984-1992 Lincoln Continental Mark VII LSC was celebrated in song as the closest thing to the "hot rod Lincoln”. Learn more about this well-equipped car and discover the positives negatives production facts specifications engine type and more.

Chevrolet Monza

The Chevrolet Monza was the unofficial successor to the Chevy Vega. The car was designed around a rotary engine, but poor fuel mileage and high emission standards shelved the idea. Learn about the cost weight and production of the 1975-1980 Chevrolet Monza.

1979-1989 Maserati Quattroporte

The 1979-1989 Maserati Quatrroporte reemerged after a ten-year retirement but it wasn't long before it was renamed the Royale and finally retired once and for all. Learn more about the 1979-1989 Maserati Quattroporte including the pluses and minuses.

1983-1988 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16

Because the 1983-1988 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16 was eventually discontinued in the U.S. but was still manufactured and sold in Europe its status as a collectible is questionable. Learn more about this fast car including the pluses and minuses.


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