28: Toyota C-HR
Even Toyota, with its exceptional record of reliability, has decided to embrace the crossover movement. The C-HR was an experiment by Toyota to market a sportier crossover that might appeal to younger buyers. With a design reminiscent of a sports car, the overall look is rather extreme. The problem with the C-HR aside from the obvious exterior shortcomings is the lack of power, making it one to avoid.
Boasting a 2.0-liter 3ZR-FAE engine that sports 144HP is nothing to sneeze at, but it is lethargic when you think of other options. Toyota has been leaning toward a mass appeal with the C-HR, but most shoppers in this segment avoid it and opt for other brands.