Well, okay, just one more: The New York Times described Nissan's convertible as "a designer's doodle that should be politely received, then crumpled and flipped into the trash." The CrossCabriolet's legacy as one of the most unusual cars of the 21st century seems secure. Meanwhile, there is a new titleholder that failed even more spectacularly despite aiming far lower...
They're hot, they're sexy, and they're not available here: a dozen autos that ought to be sold in America.
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