Five "old" cars that will be free to trade in the United States by 2024

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Erome - The United States (US) has given freedom to five vehicles that are more than 25 years old or that were produced in 1999 to be sold in the country in 2024.

These cars are officially free to buy and sell, except for 25 year old vehicles which do not qualify for homologated or does not have certification and is not accompanied by valid insurance according to the country's federation as reported by CarsCoops on Monday (8/1) local time.

1. 6-speed Tuscan.

The British automotive manufacturer that produced the six-speed Tuscan succeeded in various ways to sell their "old" vehicles in the United States automotive market this year.

The six-speed Tuscan comes with a 350 hp (261 kW) inline six-cylinder engine under a double-duty hood and all of its power is channeled directly to the rear wheels.

Owning this vehicle is not easy, although it will be a special attraction when driving a coupe design vehicle. In the US, there are at least two vehicles, one of which is in Las Vegas.

2. Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI

The US market only got the Lancer Evolution in 2003 and at that time it had entered its eighth generation. That means another seven came and went without being available in America and in 2024 the sixth generation became legal to import to America.

Like many JDM cars, this car has a horsepower rating of 276 (205 kW) but the actual figure may be higher. As practical imports go, the Lancer EVO VI tops the list thanks to its five functional seats and fairly reliable powertrain.

3. Audi A2

The real practicality belongs to the funky Audi A2. This balloon-shaped car was launched in late 1999 as a 2000 model.

The vehicle utilized aluminum to reduce overall weight and what Audi learned by creating it was applied to future cars such as the A8 and TT.

Even though it comes without Audi's famous Quattro AWD system, it still stands out thanks to its style, practicality and build quality.

4. Nissan Silvia (S15)

S14, in the US as 240SX. When the company ended production in the US in 1998, it continued in Japan under the Silvia name.

It's an improvement over the previous car in every way, but perhaps most importantly in terms of styling. The S15 Silvia is available with a 2.0-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder engine or a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. Maximum power is around 250 hp (186 kW) and utilizes rear-wheel drive.

5. Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34)

This single car has been the source of so much desire and many somewhat shady attempts (some successful) to bring it to the US before 2024. It's historic for a number of reasons including its stylish, inline six-cylinder engine twin-turbocharged, and the engine.

To date, the products have reached over six so it will be interesting to see how prices fluctuate now that anyone can import them.



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