Our colleagues at Autoblog recently scoured automakers’ year-end sales reports and compiled a rogue’s gallery of the 10 absolute worst selling cars of the year. How bad were they? Their 12-month combined sales volume (13,118 units) wouldn’t fill a big-city stadium parking lot. The field was limited to model lines that were on sale for all of 2013, and those having a sticker price under $100,000, with the latter caveat excluding big-ticket supercars from the likes of Ferrari and Lamborghini.
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