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Top 5 Worst-Selling Vehicles of 2011

Meet the cars and SUVs that languished on dealer lots last year

By InvestorPlace Staff


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.

Article printed from InvestorPlace Media, https://investorplace.com/2012/01/top-5-worst-selling-vehicles-of-2011/.

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