8: Chrysler Sebring
Chrysler sold the Sebring alongside the Sebring Convertible for almost two decades. When you think about a lackluster car, the Sebring comes to mind. With a notoriously cheap design, the Sebring sedan was as barebones of a car as you could get. The cheap interior was only magnified by the lack of refinement within the car (via Consumer Affairs).
The Chrysler Sebring was about as cheap of a car as you could get. It wasn’t the best setup considering that Chrysler is marketed as a fairly upscale brand. With the paltry reliability and questionable build quality, the Sebring missed the mark in more ways than one. Chrysler has since exited the small car market and only the 300C remains.