13: Dodge Shadow
Chrysler had a fair bit of fun with the K-Car platform in the 1980s and ’90s, although by the latter the platform was tired. The Dodge Shadow was an entry-level car that you could get for a little bit of nothing and drive for a reasonable amount of time. The interior was fairly spacious and the power wasn’t bad considering the dated design. But most drivers from the 1990s are tired of looking at these cars if they’re even still around.
The Shadow wasn’t necessarily a bad car, but the inherent cheapness in its design turned a lot of drivers off. These days, you seldom see a Shadow on the road, and with good reason. Most of them have either had a catastrophic transmission failure or worse, costing more than the car is worth to repair.