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Classic SUVs That Could Become Collector’s Cars Very Soon

Vukasin Herbez January 20, 2019

  1. Jeep Cherokee XJ

Introduced in 1984, the Cherokee XJ generation was an enormous success for Jeep. It had boxy yet elegant looks, great build quality and lots of usable features. In fact, the second-generation Cherokee was the SUV of the ‘80s as well as a globally-successful model.

Despite being a modern, comfortable vehicle, the Cherokee XJ retained all the Jeep characteristics like rugged mechanics and a dependable AWD drive train. Also, the engines were great, which helped it claim the title of one of the best SUVs of all time.

In some foreign markets, they produced the Cherokee XJ until 2014. And that just shows how good of a car this Jeep was. The XJ is the next big thing since decent examples are hard to find yet people fondly remember this great vehicle.

  1. Lada Niva

Conceived in the early ‘70s, the Lada Niva was the most common SUV in ex-Soviet Union. They also sold it in significant numbers abroad, so it was often seen on dusty roads in Third World counties. The all-wheel drive was standard, as well as a somewhat anemic four-cylinder engine which limited its on-road performance.

They produced the Niva for a long time, even selling it officially in Canada. They might not be the best, fastest or toughest classic SUVs out there but they are affordable and unique in America. So if you are looking for something to confuse your neighbors, this could be it.

These are the classic SUVs that could become collector’s cars very soon. Did you pick your favorite? If you want one of these, you’d better hurry up before they are too hard to find or too expensive to buy.

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