Why Are Collectors Scrambling to Get Their Hands on One of the Worst SUVs Ever?

Sometimes the collector car market even miffs those of us who watch it regularly. Sure, it makes sense that a 1978 Pontiac Trans Am should increase in value alongside a vintage Dodge Challenger. But, sometimes we’re surprised when we see a terrible SUV that was once labeled “Not Acceptable” by Consumer Reports and called “The world’s most dangerous car” by Top Gear, topping a list of rare classics increasing in value. Maybe the tiny, turbulent, terrible Suzuki Samurai has finally come into its own?

The Suzuki Samurai (!?) has increased in price by 34%

1988 Suzuki Samurai | Bring a Trailer

The little Jeep Wrangler knockoff SUV from Suzuki owns a fanbase like few other 1990s vehicles. Sure, there are catfish Camaro fans and those that love Fox Body Mustangs. But, the 1986 to 1995 Samurai?

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