27: Toyota Previa
Toyota struggled to find a footing in the minivan market at first. By the 1990s, the company was ready to try something new and the Previa was released. The problem with the Previa was the underlying problem with many vans from this era. The engine had to be mounted under the front of the dashboard, and this created a headache in terms of maintenance (via AutoBlog).
The performance of the Previa was lethargic at best and the van had weird styling. A refresh toward the end of the 1990s didn’t boost sales. The style of the van just didn’t resonate with car shoppers at all. Toyota had a few near misses in this decade, and the Previa was one that went down as a failure.