22: 2005 Honda Accord Hybrid
As you can probably tell, everyone was trying to jump onto the hybrid bandwagon in the mid-2000s. The 2005 Honda Accord Hybrid is evidence of that. Why Honda would need to slap a hybrid powertrain on the already exceptional Honda is a mystery. The untested technology ended up being flawed for the brand (via Motor Trend).
With repair costs for the 2005 Accord Hybrid costing upwards of $2000, yhe transmission was notoriously disastrous, not to mention the battery replacement cost. The 2005 Accord Hybrid might just go down in history as a quintessential failure. You’ll seldom find one of these things on the road anymore.