Salvagebid is a premium online auto auction that allows members to bid on and buy salvage vehicles listed on IAA, no dealer license required. Below, you can find the top 8 cars we sold through the summer of 2019.
It’s not a coincidence that the best-selling car on this list is an icon of American car production. The first generation of the Ford Mustang was manufactured back in 1965, and the car remains popular nowadays. The Mustang was prominently featured in movies and TV shows from 1964-1998 and still maintains a huge presence in popular culture. 245 Ford Mustangs were sold this summer on Salvagebid, and there are many more available now. Take a minute and check them out.
The Charger started its life in 1964 as a show car and is now in its seventh generation. The three main iterations of the Charger were a mid-sized two-door car, a subcompact car, and a full-size platform four-door sedan. A 1969 Charger, nicknamed “General Lee,” was featured in the popular American action-comedy TV series, “The Dukes of Hazzard.” Now you can find one of your own on Salvagebid.
Another popular vehicle on Salvagebid is the Toyota Camry. A lot of them were sold this summer, as it remains one of the best-selling passenger cars since 1997. There are still a lot of Toyota Camrys available, with models ranging from 1984 up to 2019.
The Focus was released as a compact car in July 1998 in Europe, succeeding the Ford Escort. This is a sporty economy car that was popular in rally races, and one was even entered in the Swedish Touring Car Championship season in 2006. It was one of our best-selling cars on Salvagebid this summer. Find your own Ford Focus today.
The Mini line was initially produced as a small economy car by the British Motor Corporation. They manufactured a range of Mini models, but the Mini Cooper was special because its name was the result of collaboration with racing legend John Cooper. Mini was iconic for British popular culture in the 1960s and was often compared to the German Volkswagen Beetle.
The hybrid manufactured by Toyota was rated as one of the cleanest vehicles sold in the US by The United States Environmental Protection Agency and the California Air Resources Board. Also, the Prius Eco 2018 model was ranked as the second most fuel-efficient gasoline-powered car in the US by Fueleconomy.gov. No surprise, it found its way to the list of best-selling cars on Salvagebid.
The Pathfinder was manufactured by Nissan in 1986 and it became a new class of SUV that suits both daily driving and off-roading. According to https://usa.nissannews.com, the highest sales in the US were in 2013 – about 88,632 cars, and from 2015 – 2017 where more than 81,000 Pathfinders were sold in America. If you’re looking to find a good salvage Pathfinder, head over to Salvagebid.
The Honda Civic was originally a subcompact car, and it has gone through several changes before joining the compact car segment. The efforts were worth the result, as according to autoblog.com, in February 2015 about 18.5 million Civics were sold around the world. In 2019, you can find a variety of salvage Civics in good condition on Salvagebid.
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If you want to purchase one of the world-class cars listed on this list, head over to Salvagebid.com and find a salvage car that fits you best. Inventory is updated continuously and more cars are added weekly. So, don’t waste time and create a Salvagebid account and win a great car at a great price!