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The worst selling cars in America right now

Motoring Research Logo By John Moroney of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 11: Americans love their cars. Well, trucks specifically, followed closely by SUVs. The top five best-selling vehicles in America (reported through August) are the Ford F-Series, Ram pickup, Toyota RAV4, Nissan Rogue, and Honda CR-V. These vehicles all share traits that we love: ruggedness, reliability, and value for money. So what vehicles do Americans not buy right now in 2018? As it turns out, the slowest sellers on the list also share traits: they are overwhelmingly expensive foreign luxury cars or expensive foreign sports cars. Yes, some are actually union-built right here in the good ol’ U.S. of A., but the marque’s home base is still overseas. At the very bottom of the list are the vehicles that have sold perhaps only one or two copies this year. These were discontinued models, and therefore technically not on sale. We speculate that a few lone examples remained stranded at dealerships, and therefore appear on this year’s books. These vehicles are (and the number sold so far in 2018): Honda Crosstour (0), Mini Paceman (0), Lexus LFA (2), BMW Z4 (2), Dodge Avenger (4), Chrysler Town & Country (4), Dodge Viper (14), and Honda CR-Z (27). There are a few others on the slowest-sellers list that have also been discontinued, but still broke the 100 mark for sales. These are the worst-selling cars in America. Follow MSN Autos on Facebook and Twitter

What vehicles are Americans not buying in 2018?

Americans love their cars. Well, trucks specifically, followed closely by SUVs. The top five best-selling vehicles in America (reported through August) are the Ford F-Series, Ram pickup, Toyota RAV4, Nissan Rogue, and Honda CR-V. These vehicles all share traits that we love: ruggedness, reliability, and value for money.

So what vehicles do Americans not buy right now in 2018? As it turns out, the slowest sellers on the list also share traits: they are overwhelmingly expensive foreign luxury cars or expensive foreign sports cars. Yes, some are actually union-built right here in the good ol’ U.S. of A., but the marque’s home base is still overseas.

At the very bottom of the list are the vehicles that have sold perhaps only one or two copies this year. These were discontinued models, and therefore technically not on sale. We speculate that a few lone examples remained stranded at dealerships, and therefore appear on this year’s books.

These vehicles are (and the number sold so far in 2018): Honda Crosstour (0), Mini Paceman (0), Lexus LFA (2), BMW Z4 (2), Dodge Avenger (4), Chrysler Town & Country (4), Dodge Viper (14), and Honda CR-Z (27).

There are a few others on the slowest-sellers list that have also been discontinued, but still broke the 100 mark for sales.

These are the worst-selling cars in America.

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