10. Plymouth Arrow
Plymouth is a brand that got the same secondary treatment at Chrysler as Mercury did by Ford. The brand would get also-ran models of already existing cars and try to pass these off to consumers. The Arrow was the product of this type of badge engineering. Marketed as the little car that had big possibilities, the Arrow had a lot of cool design cues. But when it comes down to it, the model just wasn’t up to par with its newer Japanese competition.
The engine was lackluster at best and the car was known for having water leaks throughout the hatchback. If you can even find an Arrow that still runs, it’s probably worth avoiding. Many Plymouth models are much better to try and acquire.