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  • Why they would take Mercedes and turn it into Yugo is something I'll never understand.

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  • What do you call a Yugo that breaks down after 100 miles?

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  • What do you call a Yugo that breaks down after 100 miles?

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  • The Yugo is History: I wounder were the name Yugo came from, any thing that is givin a nick name must ... by The Salesman

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  • The Yugo is History: I wounder were the name Yugo came from, any thing that is givin a nick name must ... by The Salesman

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  • And they have a guilt by association with the disastrous venture known as the Yugo, which was basically a Yugoslavian Fiat.

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  • In any event, the Soviet-Yugoslav dispute escalated so quickly that within a year the Russians were calling the Yugo - slavs “Fascists.”

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  • It is the custom to call the Southern Slavs "Jugoslavs" from the Slav word Yugo, "south," but as this is a concession to German transliteration, many prefer to write the word "Yugoslav," which represents its pronunciation.

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  • But the Yugo was the product of the finest communist-era engineering that gave us the Trabant, and it was truly awful.

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  • The Yugo is the butt of more automotive jokes than any other marque and the synonym for a terrible car, but Jason Vuic says the Subaru 360, entrepreneur Malcolm Bricklin's debut in the automotive import field, was worse.

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