Only some people will limit their discussion to the characters and storylines. Auto enthusiasts can’t get enough of the recognized Cars featured in their favorite show, Better Call Saul. Breaking Bad has left a legacy that will be loved for years to come, with the creation of Better Call Saul and the conclusion of the final episode.
Here is a list of all the notable cars from Better Call Saul
Suzuki Esteem Baleno
“The only way that Car is worth 500 Bucks is if a $300 H**ker is sitting in it.” Saul Goodman mostly drove his Suzuki Esteem Baleno over most of the season.
Even though Saul was still having problems finding his feet at that time, he was still getting around in the Suzuki Esteem Baleno. It performed its function despite being in poor condition.
1970 Chevrolet monte Carlo
The antagonist of the Better Call Saul television series, Lalo Salamanca, drove a 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. The luxury car’s characteristics are appropriate for the wealthy family’s opulent way of life. One of the most affluent cartel families, the Salamanca’s collection included many high-end automobiles.
C240 Mercedes Benz
Saul relocated and joined a different law firm, Davis and Main. The show’s creators appropriately reflected Saul’s lifestyle by getting him a Mercedes-Benz. The Mercedes-Benz C240 perfectly mirrored Saul’s class.
1998 Volvo V70
Breaking Bad’s nemesis was Gus Fring, who starred in Better Call Saul. The man in command of the drug operations kept a low profile and detested showing off his wealth.
On the other hand, Gus chose a car that would be classy but not excessively flashy. Gus had a five-seat, 190-horsepower 1998 VOLVO V70 wagon. Fring drove a four-door vehicle to avoid unwanted attention.
Howard Hamlin possesses all the qualities that Saul Goodman does not, an overly fashionable, slick, or crocodile-smiling attorney. He rides in a luxurious, classic British car. In TV shows, rogues and wide guys almost always favor the glossy, raffish Jaguar XJ8.
Chrysler Fifth Avenue
Mike was a different persona in both Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad. Like Gustavo, Mike chose a classic car but didn’t show off his money.
He is trustworthy, morally conflicted, and genuinely loving and drives a vintage 1988 Chrysler Fifth Avenue. The Chrysler Fifth Avenue became recognizable as Mike’s signature vehicle and was present in several iconic scenes.
1973 AMC Javelin AMX
The beloved gangster Nacho Varga loved vehicles, so it was only fitting that he drove a car that reflected his tastes. Although Nacho enjoys the benefits of working as Tuco Salamanca’s drug salesman, he is well aware of how dangerous his circumstances are. But that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have a nice car, a bright apartment, and hot girls at his fingertips.
In the driver’s seat of the 1973 AMC Javelin AMX was Nacho. The gasoline-powered, rear-wheel-drive (RWD), 2-door coupe was the perfect fit for his persona.