26: 2003 Nissan Murano
You could say the Murano was one of the first crossover vehicles. The unique look of the car translated to great initial sales. But the performance of the Murano was anything but appealing and the car didn’t sell well. Nissan tried to add to the appeal of the SUV as time went on but it didn’t work (via Forbes).
Reliability issues with the CVT transmission gave the Murano a questionable driving experience. Most consumers who were in the running to buy one of these quickly gave up on it. The Murano is still in the Nissan lineup with a unique look, but the original model was quite a mess.