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For each selected car model, name the brand it is (or was) sold under.
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Model
Brand
Corvette
Crown Victoria
Beetle
Accord
Maxima
Grand Am
Cutlass
Model
Brand
Corolla
Escalade
Cherokee
Viper
Sportage
Elantra
LeSabre
Model
Brand
Outback
911 Carrera
Navigator
Veyron
Galant
Ion
Gremlin
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Brand
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Vidav
(60)
21/21 with 3:15 left. Good quiz. :)
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May 10, 2013
(21)
same for me, 3:15 left
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Apr 26, 2016
(67)
got everything except the Ion but then when I pressed "give up" I felt dumb. :P Two cars that I have owned before make this list. My first car at #4, and my current car at #11.
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May 10, 2013
(50)
Nice Dodge Viper!
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Jan 5, 2016
Maffhead
(16)
Lies
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Feb 3, 2016
(67)
Jealous comments like this always make me smile. When I was 23 and I first got the car and was driving it around Daytona, and random a-holes on the street would yell out "nice RENTAL!"... I took it as a compliment. Obviously if I was driving a Civic nobody would feel so threatened that they would need to comment. Sort of the same way that everyone feels the need to bash Americans constantly. I know it's just their insecurities.

Anyway if you don't believe me check out my Places My Car Has Been quiz. and thanks for the compliment. ;-)
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Jul 15, 2016
(28)
Yeah but the difference because a good car and America is that people like the car and wish to have it. Sorry America but right now you don't really have a good reputation, even if it's not the majority of your population that represent it. You have good stuff but I would not want to live here.
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Jul 18, 2016
irish41
(62)
I got 20/21, which I'm happy with, being from the state that houses the Motor City. I missed Bugatti, but I've never heard of that. :(
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May 10, 2013
(67)
It's a ludicrously expensive supercar. Well-known only if you read car magazines but you've probably never seen one on the street before. One of the fastest production cars ever made if you measure theoretical top speed in a perfectly straight line. On the other hand, it's much slower around the track than, say, the Dodge Viper. It didn't make it on my fastest production cars quiz which is determined by lap times not hypothetical top speed.
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May 10, 2013
(50)
Top speed isn't hypothetical anymore according to Top Gear, but it still is straight line.
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May 10, 2013
(67)
I mean hypothetical in the sense that you will never achieve that speed on your own on a normal road. You need a very specialized test track... so... it's really pretty pointless and just there to sell cars.
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May 11, 2013
(50)
I am proud to have seen a Bugatti...it looked amazing. I saw it at the Gumball 2000 in Florida.
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Jan 5, 2016
matt78
(34)
Wow. Theoretical huh? I guess when it came in #2 in the supercar 0-200 mph drag race (R/T, Lemoore, CA) and is the #1 supercar of all time (Edmunds) out of 100, they were theoretical too? The Veyron achieved 0-200 mph in approximately 1.9 miles of road (24.2 seconds). There are numerous areas where a 2+ mile stretch of road is available. As to track performance, weight is higher than some which hurts. Yet, some tracks post Veyron 16.4 times in their top 10 of all time. Top Gear has it at #10 on their track and it hit 253 mph at VW's track. Geez, what does it take? I know of people hitting 185mph (911 GT3). I'm sure the road would hold an AWD Veyron. Pointless? No. Theoretical? No.
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Jan 28, 2016
(67)
matt... look at the fastest recorded lap times around the Nurburgring. There's not a single Veyron time on the entire list. Next, try to find a single person who has EVER driven a Veyron on a public road and achieved it's claimed top speed of 254 mph (409 kph). You can't. Because it has never happened and it's impossible. 200 mph is impressive... but lots of supercars can do that. And this is FAR from the Veyron's claimed top speed. So... yes... the 254 mph top speed Bugatti likes to boast about IS completely pointless for pretty much everybody who will ever drive the car. Because 99.99% of them will never see that speed... rendering it pointless and theoretical.
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Feb 1, 2016
matt78
(34)
Top speeds for any vehicle worth a darn are obtained on a controlled track/controlled environment for reasons too numerous to list. Good luck getting a municipality to close a road and provide a safety crew so a manufacturer can make their supercar hit its top speed. Disqualifying a vehicle because it doesn't have a posted lap at one track in the world and it recorded a top speed at a track instead of on a public road is absurd. Maybe I'll go get a doctorate in Google searches too.
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Feb 1, 2016
matt78
(34)
Don't forget to call Edmunds. They need to know that despite being an authority in the automotive world since 1966, they are obviously mistaken because a car goes faster on a track than it does on a road and some cars go faster around corners than others.
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Feb 1, 2016
ivyhooligan
(29)
hey my BMW 128i hit 158mph on the autobahn between Wiesbaden and Frankfurt airport. its a slight downhill, pushing the BMW top speed of 155 up to 158 :) but back here in the US...not worth the tickets to get caught doing that!
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Apr 7, 2016
(67)
Any car worth a darn? You measure the value of a car in how fast you can get it to go on a specialized test track? Really? And if a car can't go in excess of 220 mph (about the fastest you'll ever go on the Autobahn) then it's not "worth a darn?" So... Lamborghini Murcielago? Not worth a darn? Ferrari Enzo? Not worth a darn? Then, okay, fine... drop a million dollars on a Bugatti. I guess you'll get your money's worth. Also the Viper beats the Veyron at EVERY race track in the world. Not just that one. I picked that one because it is world famous and lap times there are worth a ton of street cred. It's a much faster lap/track car. MUCH faster.
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Jul 15, 2016
TheShmim
(25)
you should play Forza
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Jun 12, 2013
(8)
all day on horizon
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Jun 17, 2013
sark76
(9)
Oh play ANY car racing video game :)
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Jun 28, 2013
(20)
i only knew it because of a top trumps pack XD
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Jan 31, 2016
(50)
Loves me a good Gremlin.
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May 10, 2013
dznychick
(38)
LOL!
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May 10, 2013
dcher
(37)
I didn't know there WAS such a thing...
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Jan 28, 2016
sark76
(9)
The hard part about this test is spelling Volkswagen!
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Jun 28, 2013
(51)
VW works just fine.
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Oct 25, 2013
Bob12
(21)
This quiz brings up some brands and models that are a blast from the past. I mean pontiac (and the grand am) is gone, oldsmobile (cutlass) gone, Saturn (ion) is also, not to mention AMC (gremlin) and although ford has made a tremendous comeback as of the recent few years...the crown victoria has ofcourse also gone by the wayside. Mitsubishi will probably soon be suffering a fate similar to that of pontiac-oldsmobile, amc and saturn.
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Jul 22, 2013
(56)
I wouldn't have gotten Cadillac if it wasn't for the ad at the top of the page :)
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Jul 28, 2013
nycbarb
(47)
Disappointing that AMC Gremlin was the least guessed. I had a golden-lime Gremlin and it was a great car!
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Dec 23, 2013
Davis313
(3)
21/21 with 3:28 left. Not too bad.
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Dec 26, 2013
(25)
Pulled out the old Gremlin there. My Mom used to have one.
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Feb 13, 2014
(9)
Not very focussed on european cars...
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Feb 26, 2014
Quizmaster
Part of it is that some European cars have boring names like the S-class or the i3.
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Nov 15, 2015
(67)
Because market research tells them that naming your samey-samey snoozemobile something like "M5" or "500e" will convince unoriginal and pretentious consumers that they're buying something classy, sophisticated, and/or refined. Naming cars for animals, big made-up words, or geographic features seems so pedestrian to this market niche.
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Jan 28, 2016
Nucella
(65)
Part of the problem here is that selling cars (or any product for that matter) across a multinational and multilingual market, such as exists across Europe, brings all kinds of issues when it comes to naming them after things. As Rolls Royce discovered when it went to launch its Silver Mist model in Germany. Annoyingly for RR the word 'Mist' in German means dung or manure. Perhaps unsurprisingly the model was promptly renamed the Silver Shadow. So, while it might seem 'pretentious' or even unoriginal to name a car after a number series it comes with far fewer translation headaches for the manufacturers.
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Jan 28, 2016
(67)
I didn't just make that up... it actually is the real reason why they name cars that way. It makes the model seem more sophisticated or classy in the minds of the sort of consumer I described. If that's the image the company is going for... then... they adopt that naming strategy. It's all about sales. Lots and lots of marketing research behind this.

and it's not like there are not plenty of European brands that go things differently. Rolls Royce for one. Lamborghini. for another.
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Jan 30, 2016
(29)
The funny thing is the M3s etc. are a lot more sophisticated than the Mustangs etc. :)
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Jan 31, 2016
(67)
more sophisticated than a Mustang? Sure. Mustangs are entry-level sports cars. More sophisticated than a Veyron or Italia? Not really.
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Feb 1, 2016
(29)
Gremlin...never hard of it. So unfortunately I only got 20/21.
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Feb 26, 2014
FDPhantomSRTX
(4)
piece of cake...
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May 7, 2014
lynds124
(34)
Never heard of half the manufacturers or three quarters of the cars, must brush up on American makes!
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May 8, 2014
(32)
good nod to amc but what about the pacer that was my first car and the biggest pos ive ever owned
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Aug 4, 2014
(43)
21/21. Finally, listening to my father's pointless car drivel has paid off.
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Sep 7, 2014
(39)
I feel so dumb. Only one I missed was Nissan (Maxima)
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Sep 25, 2014
(26)
i got 0 cos i suck at cars. i wanted to put random cars and hope that they appear but they have to be specific.
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Dec 1, 2014
(66)
Hubby still drives my old 2001 LeSabre to work everyday - 200,000+ miles with few repair bills, smooth ride, 27 MPG, and he's man enough to drive a granny car without shame. He said he'll drive it 'til it dies, but it just keeps going.
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Jan 1, 2015
nick2524
(7)
Forgot opel!!
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Mar 20, 2015
lostjuan
(18)
The sequence thing really threw me for a loop. Most quizes you can enter any question in any order. Breeze once I figured that out.
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Jun 2, 2015
(43)
you should also accept Chrysler for the viper, as it was sold under that name in Europe.
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Oct 14, 2015
(8)
had no clue how to spell Porsche
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Nov 16, 2015
(50)
Well, you must've learned.
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Jan 5, 2016
interopia
(65)
i got 5/21. Cars are a hole in my knowledge.
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Jan 10, 2016
(43)
This one was for you americans, no brands from Europe except VW & Bugatti
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Jan 28, 2016
(57)
You don't have Japanese and Korean cars in Europe?
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Jan 28, 2016
(67)
To be fair, most of these brands are world famous except for 3-4 of the American brands on here. Some, like Oldsmobile, are sold under different names overseas. Chevrolet in this case.
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Jul 15, 2016
(44)
2/21 gave up after 54 secs, beat 4.8% of you!
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Jan 28, 2016
(57)
I'm glad you accept Caddy.
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Jan 28, 2016
(44)
I spent far too long trying to spell 'Peugeot' correctly then it turned out to be 'Saturn', hah!
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Feb 10, 2016
beccimoo
(60)
A UK (or european) version of this quiz would look very different! No Pontiacs or Oldsmobiles for us!!
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Feb 21, 2016
bks961
(50)
You didn't miss anything.
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May 18, 2016
supertrucky
(5)
piece of cake!
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May 31, 2016
(21)
21/21 without turning on my computer in less then 7 seconds. I'm 2 years old by the way. I bet you're jealous.
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Jun 5, 2016
(43)
Pretty sure, there is a Peugeot ion
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Jul 13, 2016
(7)
just missed. didnt know ion
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Aug 19, 2016
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