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Top 20: Fastest disappearing cars from UK roads

We've been crunching data again to come up with the definitive list of cars that are most rapidly disappearing from our roads - and looking at the 20 cars featured, it's a case of natural selection working in our favour.

What we did was gather the numbers of all types of cars on the road between the end of 2007 and 2011. Then, we calculated the percentage remaining for all cars at the end of the five-year period, with the intention of working out which cars are disappearing the quickest, and how many are left. If you're a fan of unloved 1990s family cars, the read 'em and weep - for they are going fast. If you want one, be quick before they're all gone!

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Fiat Uno. Population in 2007: 9525, population in 2011: 2081,
for 21.85% of '07 cars remaining

The Fiat Uno was the 1984 Car of The Year, and an exceptional supermini when it blew the opposition into the weeds. And so it should have been, given it came from the company that invented the supermini (Autobianchi A112, not Fiat 127) that was a given. The Uno was probably the first Fiat in generations that wasn't riddled with corrosion, but that hasn't stopped this fun to drive small car disappearing at such a rapid rate.

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   on 22 October 2017

We have a SLX Coupe 1987
Still going strong garaged and
Off the road for the British winters ,

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