43: Suzuki Equator
There was a time, although it’s not discussed much now, when Suzuki was large part of the automotive industry. They made inexpensive cars that offered a decent warranty plan for the price. Suzuki had a modest run, but never anything to brag about when it comes to making a dent in the automotive market (via Car & Driver).
Toward the end of the company’s run in America, the brand introduced a pickup truck. The problem with this pickup truck was that it was nothing more than a Nissan Frontier with a few badge changes. Consumers weren’t blind, and the truck sold poorly. You’ll seldom find one on the road.