29: Toyota Paseo
Similar to Honda, Toyota also experimented with a two-door coupe in the 1990s. The Paseo was basically a two-door Toyota Tercel. The Paseo was lethargic in terms of performance, but that wasn’t the demographic Toyota was targeting. The Toyota Paseo was meant to appeal to young car shoppers who wanted something sporty and cheap (via Motor Trend).
The gas mileage of the Paseo was among the best in the segment. There was a refresh toward the end of the Paseo’s life, which gave it a smoothed-out style. There was also a special Paseo Convertible released from 1996-97. But either way, the Paseo was a failure for Toyota, and one of the least-liked Toyotas on the road.