32: Pontiac LeMans
After the success of the GTO and the muscle car era, the division was riding high on their laurels and the Le Mans was redesigned. The problem is that the car adapted the same lightweight design of the Chevy Laguna and this didn’t translate well to sales. The car had a lot of problems that made it stick out, and this caused an issue for consumers. First and foremost the car lacked the quality interior of the previous generations.
Secondly, engines were far less reliable than before, and this caused a lot of frustration with buyers. Overall the Pontiac LeMans was a much-overhyped car for GM and the generations from this point on were lackluster at best. GM tried to revive the brand later to no avail and it finally became a Daewoo-based compact car.