Top 10 Worst-Selling Cars In America – 2011 Year End
With a few simple rules in place, we can say with certainty that no car on the U.S. market posted a more drastic year-over-year sales decline than the Lexus HS250h in 2011. Down 73.1%, sales of the Lexus HS sedan fell from 10,663 in 2010 to just 2864 in 2011 as more and more consumers realized how awful the HS is, and more and more Lexus buyers turned to the CT200h, 14,381 of which were sold in 2011. The Acura ZDX and Hyundai Azera also lost more than half their volume in 2011.
60% of the cars on America’s Worst-Selling Cars By Percentage Decline list were Japanese. There was one (questionably eligible) Korean, two Germans, and one Swede. One car from GoodCarBadCar’s 2012 Bad 8 made an appearance. Two cars from 2011’s Bad 8 landed a spot in the first table below.