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Top 10 Selling Cars of the 1990s

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Vauxhall Cavalier – 634,917

This was the last iteration of Cavalier, sold until it was replaced in 1995 by the Vectra. The fact the Cavalier was only sold for half of the 1990s and yet still appears on this list is testament to its popularity – they were incredibly ubiquitous company car choices. Perhaps because of that fact they were viewed as disposable and not worthy of preservation, and consequently there are very few left on the road.

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Edward Willems    on 19 April 2017

We had Rover 820 (Automatic) 1993 Engine capacity 1994 cc
Bought new (ish)
Gave first class usage ;until scrapped in around 2014.Mileage about 80000 miles.
It was used as a multi trip vehicle ; pulling a trailer (often containing full beer barrels - about 6 to 8)
with 3 adults .
It had for its day about one of the best acceleration around and could compete with vehicles 10 to 15 years younger
Stylish - really the classic shape.

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