5 Worst-Selling Cars Of All Time

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As America's auto industry has learned the hard way, "cutting-edge" designs tend to be a double-edged sword. Sometimes the millions of dollars that car companies put into researching and developing new vehicles results in a monumental triumph of reliability and efficiency, like the Ford Fusion Hybrid. Other times, they end up with something like the Ford Edsel, a sedan that was more likely to end up in a junkyard than in someone's garage. To discover why these bright ideas turned into bombs, let's take a look back at the five worst-selling cars in history.
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