Car Experts Rank the 30 Worst Cars of All Time

Since you can't have the sweet without the sour, one can't expect that the auto industry will get it right every time. But sometimes, things go very, very wrong.

Available in four and six-seater models, they're classified as low-speed electric vehicles (LSV.) And while technically they are faster than most other golf carts, your speed will max out at 25mph.

2002 GEM

1954 Nash Metropolitan

Manufactured by Nash Motor Corporation, the Metropolitan boasted speeds of 0-60 in a scant 22.4 seconds and remained in production for ten years.

In an attempt to scale back in size, Ford prettied up a Granada and crowned it “compact luxury.” They also prettied up the price and sold the Versailles for more than double the cost of the Granada and managed to sell only around 15,000 in its first year on the market.

1977 Lincoln Versailles

1987 Cadillac Allante

With a body manufactured overseas, a V-8 engine, and the goal of giving the Mercedes 560-SL a run for its money, the Allante was overpriced and pulled from GM's lineup after producing only 20,000 vehicles.

Small and boxy in appearance, the Strada was a less expensive option than other comparable vehicles of its time and the first vehicle to be built mainly by robots. Unfortunately, it failed to gain much popularity in countries other than Italy and Spain.

1978 Fiat Strada/Ritmo

Fuego means “fire” in Spanish. Unfortunately, this 2-door sport compact model, produced in France and Spain, lacked speed, handling, and a sound brake system.

1982 Renault Fuego

Even after Chevrolet increased its quality control efforts (later reduced due to a labor strike), engine problems persisted, leading to the Vega's last production run in 1977.

1971 Chevrolet Vega

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