It's crazy to think that, in some countries, soooo many people would *dream* of having a car like this... and they'd spend every effort patching and rigging to keep it running for as long as possible... and here, a car by this stage is simply a disposable item.
I was once asked what the worst car on sale was. They initially were prompted to say "It's gotta be a Hyundai Accent or something" - but I remarked that they weren't the worst. Whereas the Accent may be kinda dowdy and crummy - at the very least it has airbags - HVAC - and disc brakes; features that for many people in the world would be a luxury.
I told them that the worst car on sale isn't even sold in this country - or this continent - on even on this hemisphere. It's sold in Pakistan and is called the Suzuki Mehran - a car that was stripped down and introduced in Pakistan in 1988 after the Japanese had done all the engineering work back in 1984.
The car hasn't been updated since - and since Pakistan doesn't have much in the way of crash test or emission standards for cars - AND how Suzuki can't be bothered to spend the working capital to introduce a low cost car built to newer standards for developing market - the Suzuki Mehran will likely remain the worst car on sale.