Well, it's taken a little while (4 months), but I have been trying to play the game too (including Aspeccing the Enduros: See sig).
So here it is, the COMPLETE Used Car rotations list for the PAL release (and no, they aren't the same as the NTSC ones  if you don't know which version yours is, look at the front of the box, top right). I locked the other thread yesterday, as it had become a little stuffed with superfluosities...
First up, an idea of the cars themselves...
There's 273 different models of car in total.
57 appear in the 80s/Historic list.
71 appear in the 90s A list
The remaining 145 appear in the 90s B list.
The rarest cars are the nowinfamous four black LM cars which appear only in Week 100 (day 694700 on the first cycle) in 90s A (Mazda 787B, Nissan R92CP) and 90s B (Nissan R390, Toyota GTOne) lists.
Excluding these, the rarest cars appearing in the lists are:
80s/Historic:
1966 Honda S800
1968 Mazda 110S (L10B)
1965 Nissan Silvia (CPS311)
1983 Nissan Silvia 240RS (S100)
1973 Nissan Skyline 2000GTR
1985 Peugeot 205 Turbo 16
1980 Renault 5 Turbo
Each of which appears just twice in the 100 week cycle.
90s A:
1991 Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione
Which appears just 3 times, 10 less than its nearest rival for the crown (1990 Mazda RX7 Infini III, if you care)
90s B:
1998 Subaru Impreza Coupe 22BSTi
1996 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport (C4)
1998 Mitsubishi GTO MR
1998 Nissan SilEighty
9 appearances for the 22B, 10 for the other three (the Shigeno version of the Toyota Sprinter Trueno appears 17 times on this list, before anyone asks. This makes it more common than any Lotus or the Aston Martin V8 Vantage).
The most common cars, on the other hand, are
80s/Historic:
1989 Mazda MX5 1.6
1989 Mitsubishi Minica Dangan ZZ
1989 Nissan Pao
1988 Nissan Silvia K's S13
All of these appear a staggering 95 times!
90s A:
1991 Nissan Silvia Q's S13
83 appearances for this  with a whole clutch on 82.
90s B:
1999 Mazda Demio
1998 Mazda MX5 1.8RS
1998 Nissan CUBE X
1999 Nissan March G#
1996 Nissan Silvia Q's Aero
1998 Toyota Corolla Levin BZR
1998 Toyota Sprinter Trueno BZR
1999 Toyota Yaris F
2000 Toyota Yaris U Euro Sport Edition
A positively rare bunch, by other lists' standards, with a scant 42 appearances each.
Now, that's over with, this list appears in Excel format. For those of you who don't have Excel on your computer, try this free Excel viewer, or any of Download.com's other free Excel viewers.
The list is divided into 101 sheets. The last sheet is an overview, containing all of the information of the previous 100 sheets. This makes it quite wide, yet useful as a primary, ataglance reference. Want to know which week a certain car appears? Consult the overview sheet FIRST. 10.0km (or 6.2mi) cars are indicated by a bold, red tick (in case you're too lazy to read the key at the bottom).
The other 100 sheets each cover one week. One week is, shockingly, 7 days and the days each sheet covers is displayed in the uppermostleftmost cell of the sheet. If you have passed day 700, just add 700 to these numbers. If you passed day 1400, add another 700  and so on.
Each sheet tells you what car appears (in their correct, displayed order), with accurate power, weight and powertoweight ratio values for the PAL version set to hp and kg. These numbers WILL differ if you're using kW, PS, CV or any other kooky unit  but you will at least be able to compare the numbers for one car to the numbers for another car you already know the power rating of, if you don't already know the conversion factors. The list also displays, in bold, the power rating for the special 10.0km (or 6.2mi) cars. The sheet also contains the PRICE of the cars (which is subject, in 90s A and B, to some variation) and the colours, up to week 62  kamikazekoala, who has been doing the colours for me, has been recently indisposed. Expect these to be added as and when.
I think that pretty much covers everything. Click the following to download the .xls file:
Enjoy!

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Last edited: Jul 23, 2014