Trust us, yo. The experts, the people who trawled the convention centers in Los Angeles and Detroit and actually put hands on the newest cars and trucks to determine the winners and losers of the first major auto shows of 2006. To form this “duds” list, our experienced team of opinionated editors selected the ten worst cars and trucks from both shows, ranking the vehicles in order of least appealing to, uh, most least appealing. These are the vehicles that don’t make any sense to our veteran team of car critics, the models that we predict will sit unsold in dealer showrooms, and the concepts that we hope never will find their way down a production line.
Now, you might not agree with us. You might scratch your head in wonder, tell yourself we don’t know what the heck we’re talking about, and some of these cars and trucks might actually sell in profitable numbers once they reach dealer lots. But this will only serve to prove the theorem postulated in paragraph one: everyone’s a critic.