Aztek was launched with the tagline: "Quite possibly the most versatile vehicle on the planet." Versatile but unloved. A classic example of disconnect among GM design, engineering, and manufacturing, the Aztek was considered one of the world's ugliest cars when it was launched in 2001 and still holds that distinction a decade later. GM forecast sales of up to 75,000 per year but never managed to move more than 27,322. GM pulled the plug after the 2005 model year.
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