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15 Cars That Dealerships Can't Get Rid Of Because Nobody Is Buying Them

A couple of brands are on here twice. Not good.

A few days ago, 24/7 Wall St. presented data collected from Kelley’s Blue Book regarding the most popular and best-selling cars in the US. Based on the number of days spent on dealership lots, 24/7 Wall St. came up with a list of the 15 cars that dealerships simply can’t keep in stock. Today, however, is the opposite: what are the 15 cars that dealerships can’t seem to sell? Again, based on the average number of days spent on the lot, here are today’s worst-selling cars in the US, in descending order:

15. Buick LaCrosse (132.3 days) 14. Hyundai Equus (132.6) 13. Nissan GT-R (133.6) 12. Hyundai Azera (135.6) 11. Mitsubishi Mirage (137) 10. Fiat 500 (138) 9. Infiniti Q60 (140.8) 8. Cadillac CTS (141.3) 7. Chevrolet Sonic (142) 6. Honda Crosstour (145) 5. Fiat 500L (145) 4. Cadillac ATS (153.3) 3. Dodge Avenger (194.4) 2. Cadillac ELR (208.6) 1. Honda Insight (231.7)

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