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There have been a number of models inspired by the Yugo 45. These include the Yugo 55, the 60, the 65, the Koral, the Ciao, the Tempo, the Cabrio, the GV, the GV Plus, the GVX and the GVL. Until the 1980s, Yugo engines had been fitted with a carburetor before fuel-injected models were introduced beginning with the GVX-EFI, which featured a 1300 cc engine designed by Porsche for Fiat. This fuel injection system was provided by BOSCH. Yugo faced a host of problems in the American market. Along with other Central and Eastern Europe models marketed in the West during the 20th century, Yugo was subjected to criticism and skepticism by reviewers who highlighted its use of aged Fiat technology as allegedly negatively affecting the build quality and reliability. On the other hand, defenders of the vehicle have argued that the Yugo's reputation suffered because people viewed the cars as disposable because they were so cheap. This same issue also plagued other initially inexpensive cars such as the Chevrolet Chevette, the Rambler and the Crosley. Dealers were finding that many owners were considering inexpensive cars as throwaway, and thus were failing to perform basic maintenance such as oil changes. So, as with all motor vehicles, the Yugo's basic design requires a certain amount of regular maintenance to function properly. One critical issue specific to the Yugo was the need for regular replacement of the engine's timing belt. It needed to occur every 40,000 miles. Though this requirement was stressed in owners' manuals, it was very frequently overlooked by owners. The factory also stresses the need for 89-octane fuels for the high-compression engines. Some Yugo owners have reported that regular oil changes and appropriate maintenance allow the cars to remain dependable and basically trouble-free. Owners of the Yugo and related models in the former Yugoslavia have the added benefit of a ready supply of inexpensive spare parts.