How much did a car cost in 1965?


According to The Cost of Living, the average car in 1965 cost $2,605. As of December 2011, the average cost of a car is $18,372.

In 1965, 41 car models were introduced for consumer purchase. In the United States, the most popular cars in 1965 were the Chevrolet Impala and Impala SS models, which sold over one million units. Other popular American cars included the Shelby Mustang, Chevrolet Caprice, Plymouth Satellite and Cadillac Calais. Many international cars were introduced as well, such as the Volvo F85 and F88, Maserati Mexico, Alfa Romero GTA, Triumph 1300, Renault 16 and Audi F103.

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