As big an auto market as we have, there are a lot of cars sold around the world that you just can't get here. They may be perceived as uneconomical or unappealing to American buyers, or they're unable to meet safety, crash, or emission regulations.
But it's a big and varied world out there. Toyota alone sells more than 70 different global nameplates. To make things easier, we've narrowed down the list to a dozen cars from international automakers that would look pretty sweet wrapped up for a holiday down the road.
Chevy Citation, Renault Alliance, Plymouth Volare: All destined for the scrap heap and every one of them a critics pick. What were they thinking?
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