Stuck on the Lot
Some cars are so dependable and appealing that car buyers flock to them year after year. Others, not so much. In an effort to tap into consumers' evolving tastes, car companies innovate constantly — a process that produces a fair amount of hits, as well as frequent misses.
One miss that might make all Toyotas less interesting to potential car buyers is this one: The carmaker will require owners to pay for a subscription to use the remote start function on their key fobs after the end of a trial period, which could last anywhere from three to 10 years.
Here are 25 other cars that buyers ultimately decided were unworthy of more than a test drive.