The Austin Allegro has been voted Britain's worst-ever car.
The much-derided British Leyland car - often referred to as the 'All-aggro' - beat the Morris Ital and Talbot Sunbeam to the top spot in a survey carried out by internet magazine iMotormag.
The car was launched in 1973 and, with gimmicks including the square steering wheel, quickly gained a reputation for poor design quality. Despite this, 642,350 Allegros were sold.
It was a popular car with drivers in the 1970s and by the end of the decade was Britain's fifth best-selling car.
4,000 motorists took part in the survey with 24 per cent saying the Allegro was the car they would least like to be seen driving - even though production ended 25 years ago.
The top 10 worst cars
Austin Allegro 24 per cent
Talbot Sunbeam 11.4 per cent
Austin Princess 10.7 per cent
Hillman Imp 10.6 per cent
Rover 200 5.7 per cent
Triumph Acclaim 4.4 per cent
Rover 800 3.8 per cent
Morris 1800 2.6 per cent
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