Forbes Lists the Best and Worst Selling Cars

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Like an Amazon addict with no semblance of an outside life, the Forbsies are up to their old Listmania tricks. This time they take on, brand-by-brand, 2005's best-and-worst-selling cars and trucks in America by nameplate. The list is after the jump. If you want to sit through their Safari-hobbling, interminable slideshow, you can always check their site. After all, it includes stats, prices and pretty, pretty pictures, too!

Acura
Best: TL
Worst: RL

Audi
Best: A4
Worst: TT

BMW
Best: 3-Series
Worst: 6-Series

Buick
Best: LaCrosse
Worst: Rainier

Cadillac
Best: CTS
Worst: XLR

Chevrolet
Best: Silverado
Worst: SSR

Chrysler
Best: Town & Country
Worst: Crossfire

Dodge
Best: Ram
Worst: Viper

Ford
Best: F-Series
Worst: GT

GMC
Best: Sierra
Worst: Savana

Honda
Best: Accord
Worst: Insight

Hummer
Best: H3
Worst: H1

Hyundai
Best: Sonata
Worst: XG350/Azera

Nissan
Best: G35
Worst: Q45

Jaguar
Best: X-Type
Worst: XK

Jeep
Best: Grand Cherokee
Worst: Wrangler

Kia
Best: Spectra
Worst: Amanti

Land Rover
Best: LR3
Worst: Range Rover

Lexus
Best: RX
Worst: SC

Lincoln
Best: Town Car
Worst: Aviator

Mazda
Best: Mazda3
Worst: B-Series

Mercedes-Benz
Best: C-Class
Worst: SLR McLaren

Mercury
Best: Grand Marquis
Worst: Monterey

Mitsubishi
Best: Galant
Worst: Outlander

Nissan
Best: Altima
Worst: 350Z

Pontiac
Best: G6
Worst: GTO

Porsche
Best: Cayenne
Worst: Boxster

Saab
Best: 9-3
Worst: 9-2x

Saturn
Best: Ion
Worst: Relay

Scion
Best: tC
Worst: xA

Subaru
Best: Legacy
Worst: Impreza

Suzuki
Best: Forenza
Worst: Aerio

Toyota
Best: Camry
Worst: Land Cruiser

Volkswagen
Best: Jetta
Worst: Golf

Volvo
Best: X90
Worst: V50

Best- And Worst-Selling Cars By Company [Forbes]

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