Can You Guess the Make of the Car by Its Model?

Becky Stigall

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About This Quiz

There are over one billion cars on the road across the globe. That leaves a lot of room for multiple makes and models. We'll give you the model, you guess the make. Ready? Set? Vroom!

Camaro

The Camaro is a Chevrolet model. More than five million Camaros have been sold from 1967 to 2002 and since 2010.

Continental

Lincoln is responsible for the Continental. This luxury vehicle has been sold on and off since 1939.

RAV4

The RAV4 is a small SUV manufactured by Toyota. The company has sold over 500,000 since 1994.

Coronet

Dodge made the Coronet. The company sold more than two million of them between 1949 and 1976.

Riviera

The Buick Riviera was sold from 1963 to 1999. Over one million Rivieras were made.

Gremlin

The Gremlin was manufactured by AMC, from 1970 to 1978. Over 600,000 were produced.

Mustang

The Mustang is a staple of the Ford line. Nearly ten million of them have rolled off the assembly line since 1964.

Monarch

The Monarch is a Mercury creation. Nearly 600,000 of them were sold between 1975 and 1980.

Midget

The Midget is a MG creation. MG sold roughly 250,000 of them between 1961 and 1980.

Beetle

The iconic Beetle is made by Volkswagen. The Beetle was the first car model to sell more than 20 million.

Frua

The Frua was manufactured by AC, Auto Carriers Ltd. Only 81 of these were made!

Prius

Toyota makes the Prius. Six million Prius have rolled off the line since 1997.

Wrangler

The Wrangler is a staple of the Jeep line of vehicles. Nearly three million of them have been made.

Suburban

The Suburban is a Chevrolet workhorse. The vehicle has been in production since 1935.

Bonneville

The Bonneville was Pontiac's best selling full-size vehicle. Well over three million were made between 1958 and 2005.

Panda

The Panda is a Fiat model. The car has been in production since 1980, with more than 6.5 million sold.

Thunderbird

The Thunderbird was a Ford favorite. About 4.5 million of them were made between 1955 and 2005.

F-Series

The Ford F-Series is the brand's longest and best-selling model. This workhorse has sold more than 33 million units.

Malibu

The Malibu is a Chevrolet bestseller. Chevy has sold more than ten million units since 1964.

Town Car

The Town Car is a Lincoln model. The Town Car is a Lincoln bestseller, with about three million sold.

Firebird

The Firebird is a Pontiac creation. About 2.5 million were sold between 1967 and 2002.

911

The 911 is a Porsche beauty. Close to one million of them have been produced since 1963.

Commodore

The Holden Commodore went into production in 1978. About 2.5 million have been made.

Transit

The Ford Transit has sold over six million units. The vehicle went into production in 1965.

Custom

The Custom DeSoto was made between 1939 and 1952. The model sold well over half a million units.

Viper

Twelve Vipers were made per day while in production until 2010; production resumed in 2012. Nearly 30,000 total Vipers have rolled off the line..

Aries

The Dodge Aries was known as a "K-car." The K-Cars helped Dodge out of sure financial ruin in the 1980s.

Talon

The Eagle Talon was a best-seller for the company between 1990 and 1998. About 200,000 units were made.

Cutlass

The iconic Cutlass was manufactured by Oldsmobile. About 12 million Cutlass variations were sold.

Eight

The Eight was Packard's best selling model. About 250,000 were made.

Trident

Eighty two of these futuristic two-seaters rolled off the assembly line. The vehicle was tapped by Time as one of the worst cars ever made.

Amazon

The Amazon was made by Volvo. From 1956 through 1970, nearly 700,000 were made.

Statesman

The Nash Statesman was sold between 1950 and 1956. Roughly 340,000 of them were made.

Sentra

The Nissan Sentra is known as the Sunny in Japan and the Tsuru in Mexico. About 16 million of these cars have hit the road worldwide.

88

The Oldsmobile 88 was a full-size staple. Nearly nine million were sold between 1949 and 1999.

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