13: Ford Aspire
There is no mystery that subcompact cars have never fared well when domestic automakers sold them. The cars just always seem to pale in comparison to their foreign counterparts. The Aspire is a case in point as a car sold by Ford in the 1990s as an entry level form of transportation. The car was designed by Kia and most of the underpinnings were sourced from Kia parts, making this an interesting Ford (via The Motor Digest).
Needless to say, the Aspire was a gigantic failure for the Ford Motor Company. The car cost millions of dollars to advertise and sales were abysmal. The build quality of this car was so bad that you can’t even find parts for this anymore. You’ll see one on the road every once in a while, but it’s few and far between.