5 Worst-Selling Cars in History

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 30 November 2012, 12:13 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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Bangalore: Cars bring to mind luxury, speed and efficiency. But sometimes certain cars that come into market turn out to be a disaster. They are more likely to end up in a junkyard than in someone's garage. Here are the five worst-selling cars of all time, as listed by Investopedia.



Pontiac Aztek:
Pontiac Aztek makes it to the list of worst-selling cars in history. Its worst production year was 2005 with 5,020 models being sold. Pontiac Aztek did not have appealing looks in terms of design. Although there was nothing wrong with the Aztek mechanically, it was quite unattractive and it quickly became the auto design joke made in the early 2000s.  Bloomberg had reported that one GM official even went on record saying: "We'd fire the guy who greenlighted the Aztek if we could find anyone willing to admit it," as reported by investopedia. It was finally put out of its misery in 2005 after four years of unremarkable sales.



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