Based on the time spent on dealers’ lots, 247WallSt.com came up with a list of cars sold in the United Sates that do not raise much interest within buyers.
Reviewing data provided by Kelley Blue Book over the time a car spends on dealerships’ lots before they are finding a buyer, the 247WallSt.com put up a list with the slowest-selling models in the United States, a ranking that shows that almost all of Cadillac’s cars are not so wanted by the American customers. The website also points out that almost all of the models with the longest days to turn last year were evidently among the worst performers in terms of sales. At the top of the ranking is the Honda Insight hybrid, taking an average of 232 days to sell, mainly because the automaker pulled off the model from the market in 2014 over poor demand, the same year it went to sale.
Ranking second is the Cadillac ELR plug-in hybrid with an average of 208.6 days to turn, one of three models from GM’s luxury division to make the website’s list. The problem with ELR was the fact that the brand decided not to bring in a 2015 version, thus making the expensive coupe very hard to sell. Cadillac also managed to take the fourth spot with four-door compact CTS, behind the third-contender Dodge Avenger, while the mid-sized ATS luxury sedan was “awarded” the eight place.
At the opposite side of the scale, 247WallSt.com also ranked the America’s fastest-selling cars, with Subaru Outback as leader, followed by Honda HR-V and Toyota Highlander.