2010 Toyota CamryEnlarge Photo
Before Toyota's summer of bad publicity began, the Toyota Camry was enjoying a run of success few models have ever matched. It was the best-selling car in American for nine consecutive years, and well on its way to a tenth, thanks to a comfortable interior, a strong reliability record and a reasonable price. In the aftermath of the publicity mess, the Camry still has all of those virtues to offer -- yet it's one of America's slowest-selling cars today. The average Camry sits in inventory for 208 days.
Roush 540RH 2010 Ford MustangEnlarge Photo
Everyone praises the 2011 Mustang; which makes it easy to forget that everyone praised the 2010 Mustang, too. It lacks the 5.0-liter Coyote V8 of the current GT, but shares much of its hardware, and one of the nicest interiors ever to grace a muscle car. It's also available with Ford's SYNC infotainment system, making it one of the most livable muscle cars ever. Yet it's moving slowly. The average 2010 Mustang now sits on a dealership lot for 167 days.