Hmmm, this list doesn't have an ounce of credibility. It sounds as though he is going by personal taste instead of figures and reports to back up his claims.
I am with Bruno 100%!
Ford Edsel (1957-59) ?
This was an amazing car! It certainly had a beautiful front end grille.
The reason this car sold poorly was because it came out during a economic recession and Ford already had Mercury & Lincoln in this class.
Ford Pinto (1971-80)?
, the car exploding on impact was not good but once corrected, this was a very durable and reliable car. Many are still on the road today.
Ford Bronco II
This was a solid compact SUV
that's way more durable than these car based SUV
Oldsmobile Delta 88 (1979-84)?
Oh really? To even further prove this guy is full of $h!t, what changed on the Oldsmobile Delta 88 in 1979? Absolutley NOTHING!
The Oldsmobile Delta 88 design he is thinking of started in 1977! So whare is he coming up with 1979? That car was based off the very trusted B-body frame that lasted all the way up to the 1996 model year.
Pontiac Fiero (1984)?
Again, what's with the dates? Whay change on the Pontiac Fiero in 1985 that made the car better? This small sport two seater was powered by the 2.5 Iron Duke 4 -cylinder engine that was one of the most torquey 4 bangers around.
Honda Accord hatchback (1978)?
This car was extremly popular and reliable and this was the very car that catapulted Japanese car in to the American car market. Japan has been a serious player every since.
As Bruno pointed out, why isn't the 1980-1985 Omega/Skylark/Citation and Phoenix listed? Those were the most recalled car in history.
I still think Lee Iaccoca had some payola with the K-car. My LeBaron turbo caught on fire 3 times! At the junk yard, you will see plenty of 1980s K-cars in mint condition that can't run because of engine fire.
Why isn't the Cadillac 4/6/8 cars listed?