What can you say about a car that literally rusted on the dealer's lot?
Basically a pop can on wheels, the Yugo's idea was good. A compact car for a compact price. But that's where it ended.
The Yugo's engine tended to break down. Often (the timing belts needed constant inspection.) You also had to use a specific octane of fuel and did I mention the Yugo was a pop can on wheels? Extremely high winds could literally flip the car over.
Also being a car manufactured in a then Soviet-bloc country didn't help it's image.
Yugo ended US exports shortly after the fall of the Soviet Union and the collapse of Yugoslavia itself in 1992.