Acura ZDX

What Is, What Could Have Been, And What May Yet Be History is largely unkind to losers. That's true in the world of politics and sports, and it follows on with a few caveats in the realm of automobiles. In terms of cars, historic losers tend to be remembered in one of two broad ways.…

- Reviewed by Seyth Miersma


2013 Acura ZDX
MSRP: $50,920 - $50,920
2012 Acura ZDX
MSRP: $46,120 - $46,120
2011 Acura ZDX
MSRP: $46,020 - $46,020
2010 Acura ZDX
MSRP: $45,495 - $45,495
2013 Acura ZDX

What Is, What Could Have Been, And What May Yet Be
Crossover 'coupes' selling diddly-squat

The 1980s will be remembered for the liftback coupe, a bodystyle that, aside from the Nissan 370Z and a few other isolated cases, is mostly nonexistent today. In all likelihood, the late 2000s and early 2010s will be remembered in 20 years time by a spate of bizarre lifted four-door 'coupes' that popped onto the market.
These are your top 10 worst-selling vehicles of 2012

Despite 2012 being the best year of auto sales this country has seen since 2007, not every vehicle got an equally large share of the sales pie. Some barely got a sliver, as evidenced by this year's list of the top 10 worst-selling vehicles of 2012.

For Sale

2010 Acura ZDX
$28,499 / 41,002 miles / VA
2010 Acura ZDX
$26,989 / 72,539 miles / MD
2012 Acura ZDX
$32,990 / 30,571 miles / VA
"Though it feeds an ample 300 horsepower from its 3.7-liter V-6 through Acura's new six-speed automatic transmission and its torque-shuffling SH-AWD system, the ZDX's dials are angled toward luxury rather than sport.