25 Cars In Floyd Mayweather’s Car Collection

Floyd Mayweather owns the all-time record of winning 26 consecutive title fights in his career - which is one more title fight than we have a car for his garage. Because we all know how accomplished Mayweather is in the boxing rink - he’s been named the greatest fighter in the last 25 years as well as the best defensive fighters of all time as well as never losing a fight in his career - it’s easy to overlook what awesome cars he rides around town in.   Well, it actually might not be too easy to overlook because Floyd Mayweather has made a career out of flashiness and exuberance. His extreme, playful taste in vehicles is no exception. In fact, it sets the tone in a lot of scenarios.   He makes money from people who buy tickets and pay-per-views for the fights. And the more he draws attention to himself through the media, the more people know who he is.  And the more people who know who he is, the more people are willing to tune into his fights. The more that happens, the more money he has. Which means more cars he can buy. It’s a vicious cycle, but we love to see these fun rides.

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He’s going to go down as a top-3 boxer in the history of the sport. A lot of people don’t like the way he fights, but you can’t ignore the fact that all the guy does is win. But…we’re not here to talk about his boxing. We’re here to tell you about the crazy-cool car collection that belongs to Floyd “Money” Mayweather. They’re as outlandish as you’d expect (and hope)….enjoy them all!


25. Mercedes G63

This particular Mercedes SUV is starting to become more popular among celebrities. Kevin Hart, Kim Kardashian, and rapper Tyga own one, as well as members of the Dubai royal family. Floyd Mayweather can now be added to that list. The Mercedes Benz G 63 AMG features a 5.5 L V8 turbo engine churning out 544 hp and 560-pound feet of torque. Floyd posted this on his Instagram account with a cryptic message thanking his mom for the Fourth of July gift. Who knew gift-giving on the Fourth of July was a thing, much less giving a gift that cost more than $130,000. Floyd’s birthday is in February. Wonder what she will get him then?

24. Maybach S600


When this dropped in 2015 Floyd Mayweather was the first person in line to buy one. It cost approximately $210,000 at the time and was one of the most loaded vehicles Maybach ever produced. Once inside buyers experience massaging leather recliners, Burmester audio surround sound and a 449 hp engine that goes from 0 to 60 in less than five seconds. This car is all about one thing, technology meeting plush, vintage luxury. Seems like a knockout combo for Floyd.

23. Mercedes W140-Chassis S-Class


Obviously, this vehicle has a story. After all, there’s a reason a star athlete like Floyd Mayweather would have a Mercedes Benz S class W140 tucked inside his garage. The full-size luxury sedan found production from 1991 to 1998. Floyd’s Mercedes happens to be a 1996 model and he loves it. The ironic thing? The car has only clocked 30,000 miles in two decades. Floyd loves the vintage audio and is rumored to use the cassette deck to play his vintage collection of cassette tapes. So why is this car so special? It served as the foundation for a series you know very well, Maybach.

22. Bentley Flying Spur


Every Bentley is fantastic, but this one exceeds all expectations. The Flying Spur has everything you’ve ever dreamed of in a luxury vehicle. For example, there are 17 HID colors used throughout the interior with a total of 5 color splits. Buyers have an array of comfort accessories inside to ensure a refined, smooth ride. Powering the whole affair is a 6.0L supercharged V 12 engine with 616 horses under the hood. It has a top speed of 199 mph and will clock 0 to 60 in 4.3 seconds. Throw in computer control suspension and you have the king of luxury vehicles.

21. Bentley Mulsanne

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The Bentley Mulsanne is just as impressive as Floyd’s Flying Spur. Tucked under the hood is a 6.7 L twin-turbocharged V8 engine. That translates to 505 hp and 752-pound-feet of torque. Wait, is this a race car or a luxury vehicle? To give you an idea of the “luxury” associated with this particular model, the first one ever made sold at auction for half $1 million. Floyd bought his Mulsanne in 2012 for $290,000. And in case you are curious, the interior matches the exterior, all white leather.

20. Rolls-Royce Phantom

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This is not the first Rolls Royce we will see in Mayweather‘s garage. In total, he owns six (maybe). They all have the same mileage, zero. The Phantom you see here is his limited edition and goes for a paltry $641,000. It carries a VR7 level ballistic rating. However, the most interesting thing about Mayweather’s Rolls Royces are the dealerships he buys them from. Tobin Motors had to invest in cash counting machine’s because Floyd loves to show up and pay cash. Also, they say he owns more than 16 Rolls-Royce Phantom’s, not 6. However, who’s counting?

19. Lamborghini Murcielago


Most people are familiar with the Lamborghini Murcielago because of one thing, scissor doors! They are the most distinguishing feature on the car. When this one was released in 2001 Mayweather paid just north of half $1 million to take it home. With a top speed of 212 mph and a 0 to 60 time of less than 3 seconds, it’s one of the fastest supercars in the entire world. And don’t forget, you have options! Buyers can always choose between a six-speed manual or 6-speed e-gear automatic. Since production. it’s been one of Lamborghini’s most popular car for more than 10 years.

18. Rolls-Royce Wraith

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Leave it to the self-proclaimed $1 billion man of boxing to own a Rolls Royce. When Floyd posted a video on Instagram showing his fleet of vehicles the internet went nuts. His caption simply read, All black everything.” Floyd’s two-door Wraith features black exterior and interior, with a diamond-studded ceiling to mimic the night sky. The ceiling alone is worth almost $700,000. Maybe he can wear something from his $8 million watch collection to complement the Wraith. That’s how life is when you are an athlete who has cracked more than $1 billion in earnings.

17. Rolls-Royce Ghost


As long as it exudes class or luxury, Mayweather will buy a Rolls Royce. During an interview, once he admitted that it was difficult to choose between a Ferrari or a Rolls-Royce even though his Ferraris are much more expensive. Still, the Ghost has no flyweight. Base models start at $250,000 and scream 0 to 60 in 4.7 seconds. The top speed is a bit slower, only 155 mph. The main difference between the Wraith and the Ghost is the eight-speed automatic and 5,683 hp engine. Luxury and speed, we like it!

16. Ferrari 599


Mayweather has owned a couple of Ferrari 599 models. One was red and the other black. In fact, if you search the internet you will find pictures of “Money Mayweather” posted to just above the Ferrari stallion on the rear of the black one. The red one just reads “Mayweather.” It’s well known Floyd loves Ferraris, and the 599 is one he could drive more often than his super pricey 599 GTB for your rhino. From time to time Floyd will put up a Ferrari for sale only to turn around and buy another newer, faster model.

15. Ferrari F430


Back in 2014, you could have purchased Mayweather‘s Ferrari F430 Sucedira if you had a spare $200,000 buried in your backyard. The distinction for this particular Ferrari can be found in production numbers. The F430 is one of just 30 white models in existence. The 2009 supercar phenom houses a 4.3 L V8 engine with a horsepower rating of 503 and a top speed of 196 mph. However, keep reading and you will see this is not the most valuable Ferrari Mayweather owns.

14. Mercedes SLS


Mercedes has quite a range of vehicles when you think about it. They have everything from common C Class vehicles to the limited two-seater luxury supercar owned by Floyd Mayweather. The SLS AMG was the first vehicle produced in house by Mercedes AMG production. The idea was for the AMG to succeed the SLR McLaren which was wildly successful. Other people who own this two-door gullwing supercar are Roger Federer, Cristiano Ronaldo, Al Pacino, and famed Formula One driver, Lewis Hamilton. Basic trim models start at just over $200,000.

13. Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano


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Do you know the special distinction behind Mayweather‘s Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano? It’s the last Ferrari to be offered with a manual transmission. For that reason alone it became a collector’s item a mere six years after production stopped. With a top speed of 205 mph, the Fiorano pegs 0 to 60 in 3.2 seconds. There are very few pictures of Mayweather driving the car, most likely because he understands the value of the vehicle and wants to preserve it as long as possible. With those yellow calipers, who can blame him?

12. Ferrari 458 Italia


This was the car that replaced the 575M Maranello in 2006. It’s Ferrari’s grand touring vehicle and the two-seater would become the flagship model. Its first debut was at the Geneva Motor Show in 2006 with bodywork featuring optimum aerodynamics to include distinct sail panels which maximized airflow. The 599 name comes from engine displacement, 5,999 cc (6.0 L engine). Floyd owns a red one and loves to run those RPMs over 8,000 whenever possible. Incidentally, this particular model was the first time for our used aluminum for the chassis.

11. McLaren 650S

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This particular McLaren model has so much distinction and yet is so much alike other McLarens. It’s a living paradox. Let’s give it a go, shall we? First unveiled in 2014 at the Geneva Motor Show it followed the McLaren 8338T which contained a 3.8 L TwinTurbo charged v8 aspirated engine. Top speed was limited for the 650 S to 207 mph but can still punch any 0 to 60 clock rather handily at 3.1 seconds. There are just a few variants for this model. Floyd owns the Spider variant (better known as the convertible) which contains 10+ years of Formula One race experience and engineering. You can score a coupe for $300,000, but Floyd’s Spider McLaren starts north of half a million for the base model. Wow.

10. LaFerrari Aperta


This happens to be another limited edition Ferrari owned by Mr. Mayweather. The name actually means “The Ferrari” and buyers can’t get enough of them. In total, 499 units were produced with a price tag of more than $1 million each. The 500th car was purposefully made to be sold at auction and sold for an astounding $10 million. The Aperta pegs out at 217 mph and hits 60 mph in just 3.2 seconds.



Only 77 of these Aston Martin’s were produced. And, since one crashed in an accident in Hong Kong in 2012, there are now only 76. Floyd Mayweather owns one and purchased it alongside his Pagani Huayra. The Aston Martin one-77 tops out at 220 mph and has a 0 to 60 speed of 3.5 seconds. You can grab your own for $2.4 million. However, Floyd’s was probably cost more than $3 million because he has a limited edition model. Regardless, each DB One- 77 comes equipped with a 7.3 L V 12 engine churning out 750 horsepower!

8. Ferrari 458 Spider


It’s been said Mayweather might as well become a brand ambassador for Ferrari because he owns so many. The 458 Spider is the successor to the F430 he owns. The V-8 engine was inherited from the Maserati family and uses direct fuel injection, a first for street legal Ferrari vehicles. Top speed for the 458 Spider is just north of 200 mph with base model price points around $230,000. All exterior and interior concepts were designed and engineered to maintain aerodynamic efficiency yet keep the sleek look Ferrari is known for.

7. Pagani Huayra

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It shouldn’t come as any surprise that Floyd Mayweather has one of the most expensive cars ever built. His 2015 Limited edition has the distinction of a low production run, 100 units. The720 horsepower twin turbo V 12 engine beast was actually developed by Mercedes AMG. Grabbing one will cost you a cool $1.4 million, but bragging rights. Top Gear name the Pagani “HyperCcar of the Year” for 2012. With a top speed of 238 mph, and 0 to 60 time of 2.8 seconds, who can argue?

6. Ferrari Enzo

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The Enzo was one of Ferrari’s coveted collector’s items. Knowing this, Mayweather paid $3.2 million to get his. Why the high price? Production ceased in 2004. So to date, only 400 Enzos exist worldwide. Floyd’s is rumored to have only 549 miles on it. It has an unimaginable top speed of 280 mph and zips from 0 to 60 in 3.14 seconds. Collectors like Floyd Mayweather keep this Ferrari for a few years until they double in value. Then, typically they are offloaded at auction. Time will tell what he does with his.



It’s no secret Bugatti not only has the distinction of being one of the most expensive cars in the world, but it’s also one of the fastest. In 2013 it pegged a top speed of 254 mph, making it the worlds fastest “roadster car.” With an engine that harnesses 1,200 horses under the hood, the Bugatti Vitesse holds the distinction of screaming from 0 to 60 in 2.6 seconds. Much of this is attributed to the new roof spoiler. It was designed to make the car not only more aerodynamic, reduce wind noise as well.

4. Bugatti 16.4 Veyron

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duPont Registry

Which of us would love to own a vehicle listed on the Dupont Registry? Well, Floyd Mayweather’ Bugatti Veyron holds that distinction. And, for a time it held the title of the fastest car in the world, beating out the Vitesse (which we just detailed) yet upended by the Chiron, it’s sister car. So how fast does it go? Verifiable speed is 257 mph with 0 to 60 time of 2.4 seconds. You can purchase one for approximately $1.7 million. Much of that money goes to the massive engine which produces 1,020 hp at 6000 RPMs.


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Rounding out Floyd Mayweather’s Bugatti trifecta is his Bugatti Chiron. Floyd paid $3.5 million for the supercar and offloaded an existing one to make room for the new beauty. Reportedly, it’s rumored that the Chiron will have a top speed of 290+ mph, another record setter. Part of this is due to the 8.0 L W 16 engine which reportedly produces 1,500 horsepower.  That’s what you get when you purchase a vehicle with a quad turbo engine. The Chiron is the undisputed king of Bugattis.

2.Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4


The Lamborghini Aventador came to market in 2011 with one goal in mind, replace the Murcielago, which was already highly rated among consumers and enthusiasts. In late 2011 delivery began with 12 units. Of course, Floyd Mayweather was one of the first buyers. After five years, consumers have scooped up more than 5,000. So what does this little beast of a car do for you? Well, it has an impressive top speed of 270 mph and a 0 to 60 time of 2.9 seconds. Get the coupe version and you score a 6.5 V 12 engine capable of producing 690 horsepower! If you are familiar with the Transformers movie franchise, you understand the full epicness of this Lamborghini.

1. Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita

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Floyd’s 2010 Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita once held the distinction of being the fastest car in the world. At the time, 254 mph was simply unheard of. Even better, Floyd had only one of two Koenigseggs ever made. However, he sold his at auction a few years back. The 1,018 horsepower hypercar sold for $2.6 million. That’s a whip with a kick right there. So what made this particular Koenigsegg so unique? The company diverted from the typical black carbon fiber paint job for a sparkling silvery white scheme that made the car shine like millions of diamonds when the sun hit the vehicle. But check out those doors. What a sick way to enter and exit a ride!

 Fun Facts

  • 1. What's the difference in a muscle car and a pony car? In reality, not much. But if you want to get down to specifics, technically there are some differences between a muscle car and a pony car. The average passerby wouldn’t know that anything with a wheelbase length of less than 110 inches is considered a pony. It’s a smaller (not by much) uniformly designed vehicle with either a V6 or V8. Muscle cars were wider than that and required a V8. The Ford Mustang, was a pony. As was the Chevy Camaro and the Plymouth Barracuda.
  • 2. Australia was big into muscle cars in the 1960s and 70s. Australian muscle cars gained popularity around the same time as American muscle cars with some of the top manufacturers being Ford Australia, Chrysler Australia, and Holden.
  • 3. The Dodge Charger is a quintessential muscle car. Three years after the first charger was produced in 1966, a key visual change was made. The 1969 Dodge Charger was the first year the vertical split grill was added to the vehicle. The vertical split grill was a calling card for Chargers in the 60s and 70s. The 1969 Dodge Charger was made even more famous as General Lee in The Dukes of Hazzard.
  • 4. As with anything worth caring about, there’s some disagreement. The Ferrari 250 GTO was a rare and popular vehicle in Europe. Pontiac’s chief engineer, John Delorean, saw an opportunity to give his employer an edge. ‘GTO’ was not patented in the States, so Pontiac decided to borrow it. From 1961-1964, the Pontiac Tempest was their muscle car. The 1964 Pontiac LeMans GTO, with a 325 horsepower V8 engine, was the first muscle car on the US market with GTO in the name. Most people agree that it stands for ‘Gran Turismo Omologato’ – in reference to the Ferrari 250 GTO’s professional racing status. However, some folks still believe it stands for ‘Grand Tempest Option’.
  • 5. The muscle car boom wasn’t limited just to the United States. Australia had just as fervent of a muscle car culture as America did. Ford and Chevy produced several various types of muscle cars in cooperation with Australian manufacturers. The 1973 Ford Falcon XB GT was a massively popular creation in Australia. After production, it disappeared for about two decades, making it even more popular than before. The 1971 Holden Monaro 350 GTS Coupe (a GM product) is commonly referred to as the most stylish of all Australian muscle cars.
  • 6. The television and movie actor James Garner had a noted affinity for everything speed. His hit movie Grand Prix won multiple Oscars, and on television, he appeared in a Pontiac Firebird regularly on The Rockford Files. Something lesser known was that Garner was a devoted racer. He once had a 1970 Oldsmobile 442 outfitted with a 4×4 chassis in order drive in off-road races. Inside of this classic muscle car, he finished second in class in the Mexican Nora 1000 (later the Baja 1000).
  • 1. The first Pontiac GTO was built in 1963, labeled as a 1964 model. Six years later, the enormously popular muscle car was the benefactor of a special branding effort for the 1969 model. Very little, mechanically, changed from the 1968 Pontiac GTO. But the blacked out grill, spoiler, racing stripes, ‘The Judge’ decals all added to the fan fair over this enticing new model of the GTO. The Judge got its name from Sammy Davis Jr.’s “Here Comes the Judge” skit on Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In television show.
  • 2. In 1968, Dodge made 50 Dart 426 Hemi cars to satisfy the NHRA sanction rules. These cars were sent to the Hurst Corporation to have a 426 Hemi engine installed, feature a fiberglass hood, front fenders, no side mirrors, lightweight steel, and thinner glass in an effort to reduce weight. Dodge intended the car to be used only for racing and not on public roads.
  • 3. In September of 2018, the newest models of the Presidential State Car debuted for their first day of work. The new model began production back in 2014. In this list, we will refer to The Presidential State Car as any car that has previously or currently carries the leader of the free world. With each model, they are multiple cars.
  • 4. For the most part, they are all idential within their model range. The Presidential State Car also goes by “The Beast,” or “Cadillac One,” among other names. The Presidential State Car is no ordinary automobile, as it takes ranks with some of the most expensive cars on the road and is loaded with features to protect some of the most important people in the nation. Here are some incredible facts about the Presidential State Car in all its uses, models, and glory over the years.
  • 5. The 2009-2019 model of the Presidential State Car cost $1.5 million each. That’s 8 times more than a Bentley! The newest model, which debuted in Septmeber of 2018, is reported to cost roughly $15 million dollars for a dozen vehicles. Once you crank out the math, that comes out to a little over a million dollars per car – $1.25 million to be exact. Either way you look at it, it’s an expensive ride. But would we want anything less for such an important vehicle?
  • 6. Look at a dollar bill, and then subtract an inch from it’s length. That’s how wide the breakproof glass is on the Presidential State Cars is; 5 inches thick! The Presidential State Car has five-inch thick breakproof glass for maximum protection against any threat to the high-ranking officials inside. This is just one of the many precautions from exterior threats that “The Beast” is outfitted with.
  • I The Ford Mustang debuted in 1964 and is based on the platform of the second generation Ford Falcon. Truly one of the most classic vehicles of all-time, and a great way to start off this list. One of the first and most iconic American muscle cars is still rolling off the production line today. The Mustang opened the doors for competition between the Chevy Camaro, Pontiac Firebird, AMC Javelin, Plymouth Barracuda, and the Dodge Challenger. With over 9 million sold, the Ford Mustang is not just a classic but one of the best-selling rides of all-time.
  • II The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is a compact executive car produced by Daimler AG. It debuted in 1993 being built at the Mercedes-Benz factories in Sindelfingen and Bremen, Germany. They all aren’t as beautiful as this 2013 C63 AMG – but still, the classic C-Class Mercedes is an icon! The ‘C’ probably stands for classic. And although it is widely used in the U.S.A, it may be operated even more commonly in Europe, Africa, and Asia. The C-Class is one of the most well-known models of vehicles in the world! No surprise it’s on the list of best-sellers.
  • III The Toyota Camry debuted in 1982 and has been sold globally. It originally was designed as a Compact Car, now it is a mid-size car. Dependable, long-lasting, low-maintenance – no wonder it’s been tasked to the streets of NYC as the dominant choice of car owned by cabbies. What started in 1982 as a narrow-bodied compact car and then transitioned into a mid-size car has sold over 10 million editions since then.
  • IV The Volkswagen Jetta is a compact family car that has been produced since 1979. It has over six generations. The TDI version, seen here, is a part of its own racing league that draws tens of thousands of spectators annually. The Volkswagen Jetta, when dressed down, is a safe, reliable, attractive car to get you from point A to point B. The Volkswagen Jetta with all its bells and whistles is a performance machine to the fullest! The versatility of the Jetta is possibly its greatest asset and why it’s landed itself on the list of best-selling cars of all-time.
  • V The Mazda 323 or the Mazda Familia was a family car produced by Mazda from 1963 to 2003. The one shown here is probably the most beautiful in the line of Mazdas, the 1965 Mazda Familia. The line of Familia’s transitioned into the Mazda 323 in 1977, but in the United States, the vehicles were known underneath a different moniker. The “GLC” which stood for Great Little Car was the going title up until the switch to 323 as the name. However, after a decade or so, the 323 became what it is called today in America – the Mazda Protege.
  • VI The Oldsmobile Cutlass was the trademark automobile produced by General Motors. It was produced from 1961 – 1999. The cars were assembled in Michigan at the height of Motor City’s dominance in American automobile manufacturing. The Cutlass originally began as a unibody compact car, but over time it morphed into a body-on-frame vehicle. The Cutlass was a compact car from 1961-193, so just a blip on the 35+ year timeline of the iconic ride. It’s sleek exterior, performance value and availability made the Oldsmobile Cutlass a legend in its class and one of the best selling cars ever.
  • I Boy, they sure don’t make ’em like they used to…especially not in the Town and Country’s case. In 1988, The Chrysler Town and Country wagon ceased to exist and in 1989 the Chrysler Town and Country minivan was born. The TandC is a luxury minivan that was produced from 1989 to 2016. The 12 million statistic stands just for the minivan, but there were a hefty number of wagons (we figure’d you would rather see one of the classics over the minivan!) produced before the soccer-mom car came along. Nonetheless, the quality of both models made the Town and Country a household name and earned a spot on the list of best-selling cars ever.
  • II The Ford Focus released in 1998 and was designed by Ford of Europe’s German and British teams. It was originally designed for only the European markets. However, immediate success and critics’ reviews forced the issue to expand it to North American markets where it debuted in North America in 1999. The compact car is something of a history-maker. As a part of the Ford Model 2000 series, it was the car with which manufacturers’ aimed to globalize model development and sell one compact vehicle worldwide.
  • III The BMW 3 Series is a luxury car that debuted in May 1975, and it is BMW’s best-selling model. One large reason for that is that it’s the most accessible of all the BMW’s – but that doesn’t mean it isn’t attractive Just look at it. The reason it is so high on the list is that it is such a snazzy-looking car, from a reputable brand at a fair price. It accounts for close to 30% of BMW’s annual total sales and will be on the list of best-selling cars for years and years to come.
  • IV Debuting in the same year that Alaska became a state and Sputnik 1 came back to Earth, the Chevrolet Impala’s longevity and breadth of sales is a tribute to the car’s versatility and a knack for reinvention. First intended to be a large, mid-range vehicle with all the hallmarks of 1950s automotive styling, the Impala has continued to grow and change with the times. Contemporary models are more compact with sleeker lines and a sense of design borne of a post-modern age. With 10 generations of Impalas having been made since the model’s launch, we’re certain that some version of this car will carry our grandkids into the 22nd century.
  • V The Ford Fiesta first debuted in 1976 being manufactured globally in Europe, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, China, India, Thailand, and South Africa. So given its immense popularity on an international scale, it’s no wonder it’s highly ranked on the best selling cars list of all time. That being said, its success in the United States has been limited; mostly due to segmented periods of production in the states. From 1977 to 1980 and from 2010 to current are the two time frames where the Fiesta was made in the USA.
  • VI Another product of the 1970s, the Volkswagen Passat has been a comforting presence on used-car lots since 1973. One of Volkswagen’s first attempts at a large family car for the international market, the Passat rapidly rose in popularity even during the competitive sales days of the US gas crisis. Known by many names around the world—we’re particularly fond of the “Volkswagen Mangotan”, which sounds either like a tropical fruit or a Transformers villain—the Passat is slowly gaining in status. The Passat is set to remain one of the bestselling cars the world has ever seen.