10 great cars that aren’t selling well

The Mazda 6 kicks off Jalopnik's list. THey say, "Even the Volkswagen Passat is beating the 6. Really?" (Courtesy Mazda)
10. The Mazda 6 Jalopnik says, “Even the Volkswagen Passat is beating the 6. Really?” (Mazda) (Mazda)
9. "Save the longroofs!," Jalopnik says. (Volvo/Facebook)
9. Volvo V60 “Save the longroofs!,” Jalopnik says. (Volvo/Facebook) ((Volvo/Facebook))
8. The Cadillac ATS Jalopnik says it’s “not without its faults,” but it’s “excellent chassis should count for something.”(Cadillac.com) (Cadillac)
The Ford Flex seats 7, without being "yet another amorphous blob of a crossover." (Ford.com)
7. The Ford Flex seats seven, without being “yet another amorphous blob of a crossover.” (Ford.com) (Ford)
The Kia K900 has only sold 1,330 in the U.S. (Kia.com)
6. The Kia K900 has only sold 1,330 in the U.S. last year. (Kia.com) (Kia)
Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ (Scion.com)
5. The Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ (Scion.com) Jalopnik says that more of the cheap sports cars are needed on the road, but other manufactures won’t bring competitors to the market if the sales aren’t too hot. (Scion)
The Chevrolet SS. "For anyone who bemoans the fact that BMW doesn't make the E39 M5 anymore, this is your car right here," Jalopnik says. Yet less than 2,500 have sold. (Chevrolet.com)
4. The Chevrolet SS “For anyone who bemoans the fact that BMW doesn’t make the E39 M5 anymore, this is your car right here,” Jalopnik says. Yet less than 2,500 sold last year. (Chevrolet.com) (Chevrolet)
The Dodge Viper. It's a great car, Jalopnik says; it's just too expensive. Only 760 sold in 2014. (DriveSRT.com)
3. The Dodge Viper It’s a great car, Jalopnik says; it’s just too expensive. Only 760 sold in 2014. (DriveSRT.com) (Chrysler)
The Lexus LFA. "The LFA was one of the most misunderstood cars of its time," Jalopnik says. (Lexus.com)
2. The Lexus LFA “The LFA was one of the most misunderstood cars of its time,” Jalopnik says. (Lexus.com) (Lexus)
Any Lotus. Including the Lotus Elise, the sports car manufacturer sold only 112 cars in the U.S. last year. (The Pug Father - Flickr User)
1. Any Lotus Including the Lotus Elise, the sports car manufacturer sold only 112 cars in the U.S. last year. (The Pug Father – Flickr User) (Flickr)
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The Mazda 6 kicks off Jalopnik's list. THey say, "Even the Volkswagen Passat is beating the 6. Really?" (Courtesy Mazda)
9. "Save the longroofs!," Jalopnik says. (Volvo/Facebook)
The Ford Flex seats 7, without being "yet another amorphous blob of a crossover." (Ford.com)
The Kia K900 has only sold 1,330 in the U.S. (Kia.com)
Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ (Scion.com)
The Chevrolet SS. "For anyone who bemoans the fact that BMW doesn't make the E39 M5 anymore, this is your car right here," Jalopnik says. Yet less than 2,500 have sold. (Chevrolet.com)
The Dodge Viper. It's a great car, Jalopnik says; it's just too expensive. Only 760 sold in 2014. (DriveSRT.com)
The Lexus LFA. "The LFA was one of the most misunderstood cars of its time," Jalopnik says. (Lexus.com)
Any Lotus. Including the Lotus Elise, the sports car manufacturer sold only 112 cars in the U.S. last year. (The Pug Father - Flickr User)

WASHINGTON — It’s just like anything else: The most popular cars aren’t necessarily the best ones, and the best ones struggle to sell.

The auto website Jalopnik has published their picks for The 10 Best Cars No One Is Buying. What do you think?

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