22: Toyota Sienna
After the flop of Toyota’s Previa, the company launched another minivan, the Sienna. While this was a better offering than the Previa, it still fell flat. The styling of the van was bland, much more so than the closest competitor, the redesigned 2001 Dodge Caravan. The performance was also lacking, which gave the Sienna a series of bad reviews with the automotive press (via The Motor Digest).
The price tag for a Sienna was quite high, which led to many consumers questioning Toyota’s decision-making and overall logic. Minivans are supposed to be entry-level family cars, but the Sienna was on the expensive side of things. Sales have always been semi-decent but the first generation of the van had a lot that needed to be fixed.