Whether they were niche models or just plain old lame, these cars had a dismal 2013.
We're not entirely sure why some cars are still in production. It's a known fact they’re not huge sellers, and yet automakers still opt to keep them in the lineup. Based on their crappy sales records, some of these cars are destined to be discontinued. But there’s always a surprise model here and there that’s totally awesome, but doesn’t move fast off dealer lots for a number of reasons. Price is often top of that list.
So which cars were the worst sellers of 2013? Autoblog added up all the numbers and came up with a list of 10 models that collected more dust than dollars sitting in showrooms. In descending order, the worst sellers were the Cadillac Escalade EXT (1,972 sold), Volvo S80 (1,935), VW Golf R (1,598), Subaru Tribeca (1,598), Volvo C30 (1,361), Jaguar XK (1,346), Nissan GT-R (1,236), Mitsubishi i-MiEV (1,029), Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback (682), and the Acura ZDX (361).