It's a stylish Volvo from an era when their styling department had lost their flexicurve, it's a three door shooting brake (Reliant Scimitar anyone?*), it has pop up headlights and it harks back to the Jensen-built P1800ES.
It is a classic, a unique-looking, extremely '80s design with Lotus involvement. The only demerit is a shoddy build quality, but that doesn't detract from classicness. Of course, at a 1986-87 build date it's a bit fresh.
These are very rare in the US and most I've seen were beat up and/or riced out because turbo. I friend had one in college and it was a very cool unique car. It has that "coolness" factor and it's rare so I'll say classic.
We all have at least a somewhat soft spot for the El Camino and maybe even the Ranchero. Well, what about a modern version? The 03-06 Chevy SSR had a 6.0L LS2 V8 with 400hp, RWD, a manual, and it was a hardtop convertible pickup. And yet... it was heavy and the looks wouldn't earn it a spot in a Trump pageant.
Crock, and it always will be. It doesn't know what itself is. So it tries to be so many things, yet somehow failed to be good in every single categories. And while the El Camino and Ranchero were similarly useless, they do at least look good and in some variation even better than the car they were based on. The SSR is just crap. It's interesting that GM came up with it, just not in a good way.