Quiz about All Car Quiz
Quiz about All Car Quiz

All Car Quiz


This is a quiz about different car models from around the world that were produced in the 20th century. Some continued production into the 21st century. Match the automaker with the model of the car or truck for success. Enjoy!
This is a renovated/adopted version of an old quiz by author Porsche_Lord

A matching quiz by Trivia_Fan54. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Author
Trivia_Fan54
Time
3 mins
Type
Match Quiz
Quiz #
39,532
Updated
Nov 11 22
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
368
Last 3 plays: Guest 192 (10/10), Guest 67 (7/10), pmarney (5/10).
Mobile instructions: Press on an answer on the right. Then, press on the gray box it matches on the left.
(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
QuestionsChoices
1. Ford  
Altima
2. Honda  
Silver Shadow
3. Nissan  
Bijou
4. Chrysler  
Esteem
5. Suzuki  
Civic
6. CitroŽn  
Rambler American
7. Lincoln  
New Yorker
8. Volkswagen  
Ranger
9. American Motors Corporation (AMC)  
Navigator
10. Rolls-Royce  
Rabbit






Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Ford

Answer: Ranger

The Ford Ranger is a small pickup truck that was first sold by Ford in 1982. From 1982 through 2012, it was marketed as a compact pickup before being taken off the market. It returned as a mid-sized pickup in 2019. Ford previously used the name "Ranger". From 1958 through 1960, they offered the Edsel Ranger, a low-trim sedan. From 1965 through 1981, Ford used the name "Ranger" as a trim package on some of its other truck models such as the F-Series trucks and the Ford Bronco.
2. Honda

Answer: Civic

The Honda Civic is a vehicle that is manufactured by the Honda Corporation with headquarters in Japan, but with manufacturing plants around the world, including in Canada, the US, China, Pakistan, India, and Thailand. It was their first real international success when they started making small cars after first manufacturing motorcycles and small Japanese cars that are known as Kei cars.

The first Civic hit the market in July 1972. The first model was a two-door coupe, followed by a three-door hatchback later that year.

When it was first introduced, it was classified as a subcompact car, but its dimensions grew a bit over the years. In 2000, it started to be classified as a compact car. The Civic has been a very reliable and popular car over the years, with over 18 million of them sold worldwide since they were introduced.
3. Nissan

Answer: Altima

The Nissan Altima was first offered in 1992. It was initially manufactured only in Smyrna, Tennessee, until June 2004. At that point, a new manufacturing plant in Canton, Mississippi started producing the vehicles because of high demand for the Altima.

The Altima has traditionally been rated a safe car to drive. In addition, it was awarded North American Car of the Year at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in 2002.
4. Chrysler

Answer: New Yorker

The Chrysler New Yorker was made from 1940 until 1996. It was a large car that was very stylish and comfortable. Models included four-door sedans, two-door coupes, and two-door convertibles. In the 1940s, the New Yorker was also offered as a station wagon with the body constructed to resemble wood. Vehicles that were constructed this way, regardless of make or model, are known as "woodies" or "woodie wagons".

When it was discontinued in 1996, the New Yorker held the record for the oldest model name of US cars.
5. Suzuki

Answer: Esteem

The Suzuki Esteem is also known as the Suzuki Cultus Crescent. It was produced in Japan for the North American market between 1995 and 2002. It replaced the Suzuki Swift sedan. This vehicle had various names around the world, including the Suzuki Baleno (Asia, Australasia, Europe, and Latin America), the Maruti Suzuki Baleno (India), and the Chevrolet Cassia (Philippines).

The Esteem was originally available as a three-door hatchback and a sedan. A station wagon model was introduced in 1996. For those who watched "Better Call Saul", the star of that show, "Jimmy" McGill, better known by his business name Saul Goodman, drove a yellow Esteem that had one red door.
6. CitroŽn

Answer: Bijou

The CitroŽn Bijou was made in Slough, England from 1959 to 1964. It was a very small car that had a body made of fibreglass and a two-cylinder 425 cc 12 bhp engine. The car was priced a bit higher than comparably sized vehicles of the time. Likely as a result, it was not very popular. CitroŽn only produced 212 of these cars, 210 for sale plus two prototypes.

In 2013 when a car club checked on their numbers, it was estimated that nearly 150 Bijous still existed, but less than forty were still being driven.
7. Lincoln

Answer: Navigator

The Lincoln Navigator is a full-sized luxury sport utility vehicle (SUV) that appeared on the market in 1998. It is not a stretch limousine, so it isn't the longest vehicle ever sold by Lincoln. However, when it was initially built, it was the heaviest car that Lincoln had ever produced.

It was also their first non-limo to hold more than six passengers. In 2021, Lincoln announced that they were working on an electric model of the Navigator, but there was no release date for that vehicle announced.

In 2018, Navigator was awarded Truck of the Year North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
8. Volkswagen

Answer: Rabbit

The Volkswagen (VW) Rabbit first appeared in Europe as the VW Golf in 1974. When it was exported from Germany to North America in 1975, its name was changed to the VW Rabbit. In 1978, the Rabbit was produced at a manufacturing plant in Pennsylvania. This made it the first European car to be built in the US. Rabbits were built in Pennsylvania through the end of the original model in 1984.

The VW Rabbit returned to the North American market in 2007. That model only stayed on the market through 2009. Outside of North America, the Rabbit has always been known as the VW Golf.
9. American Motors Corporation (AMC)

Answer: Rambler American

The Rambler American was made between 1958 and 1969. When it ceased production in 1969, the Rambler American became the last vehicle to use the name "Rambler" in the 20th century. The Rambler was made at assembly plants around the world, including Kenosha, Wisconsin, Brampton, Ontario, Tehran, Iran, Mexico City, Pretoria, South Africa, and Port Melbourne, Australia.

When the Rambler American was introduced, the US economy was in a recession. This car was relatively inexpensive, so it sold very well during the more difficult times. Also, it had very good fuel economy. Every year, the Mobil Economy Run and the Pure Oil Company Economy Trials would test the fuel economy of various vehicles.

The Rambler American typically won the trials, indicating that it was a very fuel-efficient car.
10. Rolls-Royce

Answer: Silver Shadow

The Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow was produced from 1965 to 1976. The Silver Shadow II was produced from 1977 to 1980. The luxurious car was created to help modernize the Rolls-Royce vehicles. Roads were getting more crowded than they had been in the past, so the Shadow was built 3-1⁄2 inches (8.9 cm) narrower and 7 inches (18 cm) shorter than their previous model, the Silver Cloud.

It was still a luxury vehicle, though. The Silver Shadow was listed for sale at £6,557 the first year it was sold in 1965. That is equivalent to £150,050.51 in 2022 when this quiz is being written ($171,648.03 USD).
Source: Author Trivia_Fan54

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