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The 8 Best Cars That Nobody Buys

July 19, 2012

With nearly 300 different models to choose from, most car shoppers tend to stick with a handful of mainstream vehicles.

There are always some fantastic cars that are overlooked, mainly because consumers aren't aware of them. It's hard to keep up with all the latest models. That's why Automobile Magazine wrote an article this week titled "The Best Cars That Nobody Buys".

The editors of the magazine chose 8 vehicles that are not selling well, despite being awesome. The good news for you is that these vehicles are easier to negotiate due to their low demand. Take a look at the list, and be sure to put these vehicles on your consideration list as you shop for your new vehicle.

VehicleMonthly SalesWhy It's not Selling Well
Ford Flex2,750Slightly more expensive than the competition, styling is unusual.
Buick Regal2,500Buick is saddled with the stigma that it's only for retirees.
Volvo S602,075The S60 isn't really seen as a sports sedan by purists. Lacks the driveway cachet of a Lexus or Mercedes emblem.
Hyundai Genesis Sedan1,750Hyundai is not seen as a luxury brand by many shoppers
Mazda Mazda51,150 Isn't as spacious as other minivans, although it does offer a lot of room for its size.
Mazda MX-5 Miata571 Has not changed much over the past 23 years, but considered to be one of the funnest cars to drive.
Suzuki Kizashi503Suzuki only has 250 showrooms scattered across the country, many car shoppers are simply not aware of this vehicle.
Porsche Cayman67It's overshadowed by the iconomic Porsche 911. Plus, the newly redesigned version will debut in 2013.

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- Gregg Fidan

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Gregg Fidan + is the founder of RealCarTips. After being ripped off on his first car purchase, he devoted several years to figuring out the best ways to avoid scams and negotiate the best car deals. He has written hundreds of articles on the subject of car buying and taught thousands of car shoppers how to get the best deals.

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