While the world’s automakers continue to wow consumers with better fuel economy, innovative designs, and flashy styling, there are some models getting left behind. In several cases, it’s the end of the line for production; in others, automakers are pushing forward with their wildly unpopular vehicles. Here are nine automobiles U.S. consumers are avoiding like the plague.
1. Acura ZDX ($50,920)
Who’s ready to climb into a brand-new Acura ZDX for $50K? Hardly anyone has been volunterring to drive this Honda (NYSE:HMC) flop off dealer lots. A total of 17 consumers in the United States bought an Acura ZDX in September, a crash of 65 percent compared to September 2012. Overall, the ZDX is down 50 percent on the year. Despite some very positive reviews, this crossover SUV is doomed among U.S. consumers.