These Cars Should Have Stayed In The 1980s

With every decade comes new movies, music, style, and cars. A lot of times you can look at a car and tell which decade the car was from. While some cars are icons of their decade, not every car is a smash hit among the buyers. Cars of every decade had a few duds and the 1980s were no exception.

Some of these cars are ugly, badly designed, or both. Some of these cars eventually found their way to better models and some stayed the duds that they were and never left the decade. Whether they regained some of their reputation or just a sore reminder of a time that has long gone, here the worst cars of the 1980s.

Kia Concord

Kia Concord
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Known for always making cars for the money-savvy buyer, the Kia Concord in 1987 was no different. The only issue with the Kia Concord was that it was too cheap to be any good.

It was made with parts that wouldn’t stay together long and needed replacing frequently. It was also uncomfortable to ride in and was slow compared to others. While it pays to be consumer-friendly, when you sell cars that are so cheap they can’t stay together, you only wind up hurting your brand.