35: Chevrolet Aveo
The subcompact car segment has never been particularly strong for domestic automakers. These smaller cars were always lacking in quality and reliability compared to their foreign counterparts. After General Motors purchased Daewoo Motor Company, there were many compact car platforms that the company had access to (via Car & Driver).
The Aveo was one of these cars based on the Daewoo Kalos. The car was heavily marketed as an alternative to the status quo, offering a great amount of interior space and a modern design. The Aveo was on the market for almost a decade despite the fact that the car was constantly panned by critics for quality issues.