Classic diesel cars are cars manufactured between 20 to 45 years ago running on a diesel engine. These cars can provide you with the power and style you are looking for in a car.
The Volvo 240 was first manufactured in the 80s and has gained popularity over the years. This is one of the cheaper versions of a classic diesel car. Originally, the Volvo 240 was built in 2 designs — as a classic pickup model and a car. Between 1975 and 1982, it was the most popular Volvo car. Nowadays, you can still see several Volvo 240 cars in car shows. However, some have been converted to using biodiesel.
One of the most popular diesel cars is the Jaguar X series. This car was manufactured from 2001 and 2009 as the only estate model of Jaguar, making it a rare car. The Jaguar X-Type is probably one of the most popular vintage diesel cars, owing to the fact that it was Jaguar’s first 4-door compact saloon. Also, the last model to be made under Geoff Lawson, Jaguar’s legendary Design Director.
You can not talk about classic diesel cars without mentioning a Volkswagen. The Volkswagen is probably one of the classic hybrid cars known by many. Especially the Passat. The Passat line is a family car manufactured in 1973. Its fame as a classic car is attributed to the fact that it is the first series of Volkswagen cars that were manufactured using a modern water-cooled engine and front wheel drive.