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20 Eye-Catching Cars Likely To Get Drivers Pulled Over

Cameron EittreimOctober 1, 2019

8. Acura Integra

Acura was the original Japanese luxury brand to come onto our shores in the US. The Integra stood out from the crowd by being a fun and affordable compact luxury coupe.

In recent years, the Integra has become one of the most popular tuner cars in the world. The rev-happy four-cylinder engine is a breeze to work on and its reliability is top-notch. The Integra will continue to be a street racing sensation for years to come, making it a target of law enforcement everywhere.

7. Mercedes-Benz CLS-63 AMG

There was another big Mercedes-Benz model that left its mark on the automotive world as well. The CLS-63 AMG is a V8-powered sedan that offered one of the most advanced engines ever. Simply put, the car delivers performance like a sports coupe.

The CLS-63 AMG has become a cultural phenomenon in recent years, offering the ultimate sleeper. Resale values for the Mercedes-Benz CLS-63 AMG have continued to remain steady.

6. Scion xB

The Scion xB is the original boxy” car. Scion was a brand that offered a full range of factory modifications for the xB model. You’ll routinely find these cars on the road with aftermarket turbo kits and exhaust pipes.

The xB will attract the attention of the police if you’re driving around with all kinds of additions. The xB remains a fun car to drive with a unique exterior that manages to stand out even after the brand has long been defunct.

5. Hummer H2

The Hummer brand was always kind of obscenity. The giant SUVs were known for being overly expensive and horrific on gas mileage. Yet the H2 became one of the most iconic vehicles on the road. These giant SUVs don’t usually rack up tickets for speeding.

Instead, parking is a big issue with the H2. You just can’t fit this behemoth in an urban setting, and thus finding parking for your H2 is going to be a costly proposition that’s probably going to end up in tickets.

4. Scion TC

There was a time when the Scion brand was the pinnacle of fun, and the Scion TC was the replacement for the Toyota Celica. The TC is not a super-powerful sports car by any means, but the lightweight design made it fun to drive.

The TC came in a variety of unique configurations, and you’ll routinely see these cars with modifications done to them. You can expect to get more than a few speeding tickets in the Scion TC, and maybe even a noise violation or two.

3. Toyota Camry

The surprising car on this list is the Camry. How does the best-selling family sedan in the world land you in hot water? Well, it would appear that the Camry tends to rack up a good deal of parking tickets in the urban areas.

The Camry, given its exceptional gas mileage, is notoriously a commuter car, and when it comes time to park, things can get expensive. The Camry is also ticketed for carpool lane violations as well.

2013 Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG.

2. Mercedes-Benz SL-Class

There’s a certain level of prestige that comes with driving a Mercedes-Benz SL-Class. This could be the reason that the sports car tends to rack up so many tickets. Powered by one of the most intriguing engines ever, the Mercedes-Benz SL-Class grips the road like a jet.

The SL-Class also offers notable luxury features such as a hard convertible top and a functional trunk. The Mercedes-Benz SL-Class has been the pinnacle of the Mercedes lineup for decades now.

1. Ford Mustang Cobra

Perhaps the most notable car in the bunch is the Mustang Cobra. The limited-edition sports car from the nineties is known to pack a punch. As such, it racks up an equal number of tickets.

The Mustang Cobra is still one of the most expensive used muscle cars that you can get. The Cobra is also notable for entering the drifting circuit thanks to the powerful rear-wheel-drive setup and the standard supercharged V8 engine. These are great American sports cars. Don’t be surprised if you get pulled over a few times if you decide to drive one.

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