19. Dodge Challenger SRT
A lot has happened around the Challenger in the last decade, and the model continues to sell well. But let’s face facts, the Challenger is a bit long in the tooth. The Challenger has seen minimal upgrades at best over its first generation. Meanwhile, the Mustang and the Camaro have both experienced major redesigns. Dodge is attempting to keep the model fresh by adding packages such as the Demon. But the Challenger is very outdated when you compare it to its competitors.
The car that was originally panned for being too heavy has gained a loyal following. Sales go up every year. But the Challenger is very outdated and you can buy a used model and save thousands. The price of the new Challenger just isn’t justifiable when you are being faced with a decade-old car. Sure, the sheet metal looks new and improved, but you can’t put lipstick on a pig.