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Yugo

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Yugo
Vehicle Marque

A line of cars produced by Zastava, a formerly Yugoslavian company (now Serbian), for export from 1978-2008.

While the car is usually collectively known as the "Yugo," there were actually several different models of the car.  Yugo started in the United States in 1986 with the entry-level GV, the similar GVL and GVS, and performance GVX.  In 1988, the Cabrio was introduced.  In 1990, the GV and GVL were replaced by the GV Plus.

Awards and acknowledgements include:
The 1986 models were #17 on USA Today's "25 cars that made a difference" list (Cars, trucks with impact, 2007)

Vehicle names used by Yugo throughout history include:  45A, Cabrio, Florida, Gv, GV Plus, GVL, GVS, GVX, and Sana.




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