The 10 Best Cars that Nobody Buys - Car and Driver
Build a great car, and it deserves to succeed. But that’s not to say it will. The U.S. auto market, past and present, is littered with examples of excellent products that buyers shunned. In an effort to right that wrong—or at least highlight some worthies you may have overlooked—we bring you our list of today’s best cars that nobody buys. We think that each of these ten sedans, coupes, sports cars, and wagons deserves to sell better, much better. But for various reasons, they’re unjustly ignored. Should you take our advice and pick up one for yourself, you’ll not only get an excellent car, but you won’t see yourself coming and going. Although if this were a true meritocracy, you would.
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