Is the Subaru BRAT a good car?

The BRAT looks very rugged, but nobody should be fooled into thinking it’s a real truck. But you don’t buy a BRAT because it’s a good car, you buy it because it’s cool. For nine glorious years from 1978 to 1987, the Subaru BRAT was sold in North America, while Europe and Australia got it until 1994.

What years were Subaru BRATs made?

The Subaru BRAT pickup was a small, light utility pickup truck sold in the US from 1978 to 1987. As a response to the market demand of the times for car-like pickup trucks, Subaru vehicles produced the BRAT (Bi-Drive Recreational All-Terrain Transporter) for an audience that wanted something a little different.

How much is a Subaru BRAT worth?

The average value of an original 1978 Subaru Brat is $10,000. This price will vary depending on mileage, history, and condition. This is a pretty good price for a classic car and a model of this size. Later models sell for a lot less, at around $5,000.

What was the first year of the Subaru BRAT?

The BRAT had a shorter wheelbase than the mini trucks and was about as long as the single cabs. The Subaru BRAT lived a short life in the United States, spanning the years of 1978-1987. Overseas markets in Europe, Latin America, New Zealand, and Australia imported it until 1994.

Who made the car called the BRAT?

Subaru BRAT

Subaru BRAT
1992 Subaru MV
Manufacturer Subaru
Also called Subaru 284 Subaru Brumby Subaru Shifter Subaru MV Subaru Targa Subaru Pickup

Who makes the brat?

Subaru BRAT/Manufacturers

What car does Rex Kwon Do drive?

Appearances in media In the movie Napoleon Dynamite, the character Rex drove a 1982 BRAT.

How much is a 1982 Subaru Brat worth?

1982 Subaru BRAT Retail Prices

Trim MSRP CarGurus Instant Market Value
DL Standard Cab $6,819 N/A
GL Standard Cab $7,569 N/A

How much is a 1979 Subaru Brat worth?

**Figure based on a stock 1979 Subaru Brat (Truck) DL valued at $11,100 with OH rates with $100/300K liability/UM/UIM limits. Actual costs vary depending on the coverage selected, vehicle condition, state and other factors.

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