Top 5 Worst-Selling Vehicles of 2011

Unfortunately, Hyundai can’t blame the economy for its Azera sedan landing in the No. 2 spot of Autoblog’s list of the worst-selling vehicles for 2011. In fact, last year turned out to be a mighty good one for automakers. Ford (NYSE:F), General Motors (NYSE:GM) and Chrysler actually saw seven consecutive months of sales increases and many foreign automakers — not including Toyota (NYSE:TM) or Honda — (NYSE:HMC) saw sales increases as well.

So, it seems people are buying cars, just not the Hyundai Azera — or these other dealer duds:

Top 5 Worst-Selling Vehicles of 2011

1. Acura RL
MSRP: $47,700
Units Sold: 1,096

2. Hyundai Azera
MSRP: $25,495
Units Sold: 1,524

3. Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback
MSRP: $18,395
Units Sold: 1,548

4. Acura ZDX
MSRP: $46,020
Units Sold: 1,564

5. Toyota Land Cruiser
MSRP: $68,920
Units Sold: 1,662

For the full list and to see the methodology behind the Autoblog picks, check out: Top 10 Worst-Selling Vehicles of 2011.

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