Pointy Tail of Satan: BMW only made 2200 of the first model MZ3 Coupe. When I die, they are gonna bury me in mine.[www.diseno-art.com image 400x275]
cgraves67: FuturePastNow: The Aztek may be ugly, but I still see a lot of them.Yes. I was surprised to see they only made 4,000 of them. I sure see a lot as well. Maybe central Illinoisans were easy to swindle into them.
Invisible Dynamite Monkey: Pointy Tail of Satan: BMW only made 2200 of the first model MZ3 Coupe. When I die, they are gonna bury me in mine.[www.diseno-art.com image 400x275][www.pirate4x4.com image 436x330]
Jument: I owned a K-car wagon back when I was in high school. I think my parents were ok with me having it because they knew it would repel the ladies, which it did.
dumbobruni: the Yugo GV is listed as only selling 4400 cars, but Yugo actually sold over 140,000 of them.
Mojongo: Shhhwing! [i812.photobucket.com image 333x464]
The Irresponsible Captain: I never passed one in a Corvair... The Corvair would probably lift off the road if I tried.
The Irresponsible Captain: The Corvair would probably lift off the road if I tried.
Sin_City_Superhero: That was kind of my point. Sales figures are useless without production numbers.
Pointy Tail of Satan: BMW only made 2200 of the first model MZ3 Coupe. When I die, they are gonna bury me in mine.
meteorite: Those were fun little cars. A couple of brother I was friend with had one and I loved it.
markie_farkie: Everything old is new again![l.yimg.com image 630x466][playswithcars.com image 400x273]
dumbobruni: sales figures are wrong.the Yugo GV is listed as only selling 4400 cars, but Yugo actually sold over 140,000 of them.Cadillac sold almost 100,000 Cateras, not under 10k as this "article" claims.
ThatGuyFromTheInternet: I'll tell ya, you still see a lot of them on the roads around here today. And no, this is not a hipster area (although I suppose that's what a hipster area would say).
FuturePastNow: The Aztek may be ugly, but I still see a lot of them.
Cyberluddite: Are you sure you aren't thinking of the Cimarron--as shown in my post up there at the top of this thread? That was essentially a rebadged Chevy Cavalier. The Catera, as I understand it, was actually built in GM's division in Germany on an Opel platform. I don't if that's any better, of course.
NewportBarGuy: [i50.tinypic.com image 640x371]""Soft Corinthian Leather!"
Tellingthem: I've said this before but i kinda like the Aztek. I think it is because it's so bad...
King Something: Sin_City_Superhero: If they are categorizing these cars as failures because of low sales numbers, I'll be happy to point out that they only sold 400 of those Ferrari Enzos.[www.goldenrider.com image 768x512]How many Enzos were made? How many did Ferrari expect to sell?If they made 400 and sold them all, that's good; if they made 4,000 and sold only 400, that's bad./in either case, it's not nearly as bad as the Cadillac Catera, Pontiac Aztek, Bentley Mulsanne, Ford Edsel or Studebaker Wagenaire
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