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The five worst American cars in history

 The five worst American cars in history

The "Daily Mail" newspaper released a list of the five worst automobiles on the American market, which for a variety of reasons, the most significant of which were the hideous design and technical issues, could not reach sales as predicted.

We start with the 2001 Cadillac Catera in fifth place, of which only 9,764 cars were sold.

In fourth place is the 2005 Pontiac Aztec, which achieved only 5,020 cars sold.

In third place is the 1991 Yugo GV, with only 3,092 cars sold.

In second place is the 1960 Ford Edsel Ranger, with only 2,846 cars sold.

Finally, the “Stopker Wagner” car, which was produced between 1963 and 1966, is on the top of car marketing failures in American history, with only 940 cars sold.