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Two BMW's make the top 10 list of America's worst selling cars!

In 2017 we get a glimpse of what cars sold well (a bunch of trucks, SUVs and crossovers), but what about the cars that did the worst? The worst selling cars were fun enthusiast cars as well as smaller sedans and even models that have been phased out. Check out the list below and share your thoughts with us.

10. BMW Z4


9. BMW i8


8. Kia K900


7. Alfa Romeo 4C


6. Bentley Flying Spur


5. Cadillac SRX


4. Lincoln MKS


3. Bentley Mulsanne


2. Ford GT


1. Hyundai Equus

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Id be interested in knowing their criteria for selection. Purely new vehicle sales, a percentage of sales/forecast, or something else?
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Kind of a weird list. The GT is totally sold out. Limited production vehicles or very niche vehicles don't really belong there IMO. OTOH, you can bet BMW and Cadillac would like to sell boatloads of the Z4 and SRX respectively.
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Kind of a weird list. The GT is totally sold out. Limited production vehicles or very niche vehicles don't really belong there IMO. OTOH, you can bet BMW and Cadillac would like to sell boatloads of the Z4 and SRX respectively.
I agree, it's a bit odd seeing multiple cars in the $150k+ range on the list. I can't imagine that there are millions of people out there wanting and being able to afford a new Bentley - cars that are produced for a specific, niche market shouldn't be included.
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