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We all spend loads of time researching the cars that people want, the cars that we might want. But, this isn’t fair. We need to give some love to those cars that Americans don’t want to buy as well. After all, while we will never buy these losers, we ought to be kind and give them a bit of attention.

TrueCar, a site that knows who’s hot and who’s hot when it comes to cars, looked into the matter and identified these cars as being the rides that Americans don’t want. The lads at TrueCar created the list by looking at how long specific models sat on lots before being sold.

For example, the average humble Acura TSX Sport Wagon sits unloved on lots for close to six months before finding an owner. This is the longest that any new car waits to be bought. Clearly, Americans don’t want the Acura TSX Sport Wagon.

A bit more popular is the Volvo C30. This, the second least-wanted car in America, sits sullenly on lots 146 on average. The car is so unpopular that Volvo has stopped its production.

The third-most-unwanted car in the US is the Mitsubishi Lancer, which waits 143 days on average despite its cool medieval/physician moniker. However, considering that reviews for the car have been sad with Edmunds.com calling it underpowered and dull, this poor, forlorn ride never ever had a chance.

 

About the author: Andrew Greene

 

Now playing the role of grumpy old man in the foothills of Northern California’s Gold Country, Andrew has had a life-long love affair with vehicles of all sorts, from the bicycle he pedaled across the continent in 1991 to the armored personnel carriers he drove in the Army to the bamboo rafts, elephants, motorcycle taxis, ferries and buses he traveled by during the 13 years he lived and worked in South East Asia. Always eager to learn more about how the people of the world get from here to there in their day-today lives, he, a professional journalist, has been covering the vehicle industry for years.

 

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