In the slightly rejigged and not-so-immortal words from GoodCarBadCar.net’s list of America’s 15 Worst-Selling Cars, “For the sake of humour and remembrance – and because these vehicles haven’t been discussed on GoodCarBadCar.net for ages – the 15 Worst-Selling Cars In Canada in 2010 include dead or mostly dead vehicles. They are either out of production, soon to be out of production, or not a part of the Canadian new vehicle market any longer.”
Pontiac sales in Canada didn’t completely disappear in 2010. In fact, sales fell “just” 86.3% to 6801, 15 of which came in December. Saturn’s situation was a bit worse as total 2010 sales fell 99.9% from 2009 to 11, none of which came from the final month of the year. Hummer’s sales figures were abysmal in 2009 and couldn’t get much worse. Falling 66%, Hummer’s total dropped to 168 and GoodCarBadCar.net skipped over the H2’s two sales in this table because Worst Seller lists are intended to skip over true luxury items. That said, the Honda S2000 was a $50K+ vehicle in Canada.
Anyway, this list is no means an official rundown of anything meaningful, but it does give us an opportunity to see how the 2011 Dodge Durango’s percentage change numbers will be wonderfully flattering.