|Ford Thunderbird (59,200 sold) After being on hiatus for several years, Ford introduced a new Thunderbird for 2002. From its introduction in 1955 to its phaseout in 2005, Ford produced over 4.4 million Thunderbirds.|
With sales dropping off significantly after its first model year, Ford decided to make the 2005 model year the Thunderbird's last.
|The last car rolled off the assembly line on July 1, 2005.|
|Chevrolet SSR (23,479 sold) Some people like the SSRs, but those people probably have never driven one. |
They are big, heavy, and cumbersome. A convertible pick up truck with two seats is a solution nobody asked for the answer to.
|Cadillac XLR (13,302 sold) Cadillac's flagship sports car, the XLR was based on the Chevrolet Corvette's Y platform.|
The XLR featured its own unique styling, interior, and suspension, and power-retractable aluminum hardtop, along with the Cadillac Northstar engine. The XLR ended production after the 2009 model year.
|Acura ZDX (5,828 sold) They made an incredibly ugly crossover with no utility. You can't fit anything or anyone in it, and its disgusting to look at. Consumers weren't interested.|
|Lexus LS 600h L (2,055 sold) A hybrid version of the LS 460, it's supposed to compete with the 12-cylinder versions of the BMW 7-series and Audi A8, the problem is it doesn't perform as well as them, and it got far worse fuel mileage. |
And it cost a ton of money nobody was prepared to spend.
|Mitsubishi i MiEV (1,420 sold) "Meev" is a very tiny electrically powered pod. Essentially its a puny electric car with virtually no range to speak of.|