The 1996 to 1999 Opel Sintra is a short wheelbase version of the Pontiac Montana minivan. Built in the US, it was fitted with smaller Opel engines.
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The 2008-2012 Tesla Roadster was based on the Lotus Elise. It had an electric motor with 185kW or 215kW, 0-60mph in around 3.7s, and 393km (244mi) range.
Based on the GM Theta platform the 2002 Saturn Vue is a crossover available with 2.2L I4, 3L and 3.5L V6 engines, and a 2.4L hybrid.
The Bugatti EB110 was a mid-engine supercar with a 3.5L quad-turbo V12 with 412kW (553hp) or 441kW (591hp), a 6-speed manual, and AWD.
The Mitsubishi Endeavor is a family friendly SUV based on the PS platform, shared with the Galant and Eclipse, and powered by a 3.8L V6.
The 2015-2017 Chrysler 200 was one car promised by Fiat for the Chrysler bailout. The Camry competitor was discontinued early as it wasn’t profitable.
The 2005-2010 Jeep Commander was based on the Grand Cherokee, but had squarer styling, a larger body and was available with up to 7 seats.
The 1991-98 Mazda MX-3 was a small 3-door coupe based on the 323 platform with a 1.8L I4 or a 1.8L V6. Yes, a teeny, tiny V6.
The 2006-07 Saturn Vue facelift had new larger headlamps, a small upper grille, an improved interior, and equipment upgrades.
Oiginally known as the second generation Pontiac Trans Sport, the minivan was renamed Montana in 1999. Available in SWB and LWB.