19: 1984 Ford Bronco II
When a car is great, why not try and replicate it, right? Wrong. The Ford Bronco II is evidence of what happens when a good idea goes wrong. The smaller, Ranger-based Bronco II was nothing like the larger iconic truck. The first and most obvious problem was the lack of a removable top as well as the underpowered engine.
The Bronco II had some positive attributes such as the fact it was based on the reliable Ranger pickup truck, but that wasn’t enough to bolster sales. In the end, the Bronco II was one of the worst-selling SUVs to grace Ford showrooms and was discontinued shortly thereafter. Ford has recently re-released two variations of the Bronco for the modern era.