15. Chrysler Cordoba
Chrysler was heavily involved in creating luxury-oriented cars during the ’70s. The Cordoba was meant to compete with the Thunderbird at the time. GM was also working on a series of cars known as the G-Bodys. When you think of the Chrysler Cordoba, you remember a car that fell short in power. Chrysler was looking to build a personal luxury coupe, but the result was lacking in terms of design and quality. The interior was lacking in features that you’d expect from a car in this price range.
The engine was vastly underpowered, which had a lot to do with smog regulations. When you think of Chrysler cars during the ’70s, the Cordoba is worth forgetting about. There were no redeeming or unique aspects of this car.