22: 2003 Kia Rio Cinco
By the mid-2000s, Kia had built up a decent reputation with consumers. It was a cheap car brand but offered decent value for the price. The Rio Cinco was an attempt to attract young buyers who wanted a station wagon. Sadly, the Rio Cinco was cramped in the interior and didn’t offer a lot of value (via Forbes).
Its performance was lethargic at best. The Rio Cinco would be sold for a couple of years until the car was redesigned. There weren’t many sold and you’ll seldom see them on the road anymore.