3: Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Avenue
The early 1990s Chrysler New Yorker was a small luxury sedan based on the K Car platform. For many Chrysler models, the K Car platform was fine, but competing against Cadillac and Lincoln took something a bit more substantial. The Fifth Avenue package was supposed to address the concerns of luxury car shoppers (via Hagerty).
Instead, the car was cheaply designed with an emphasis on interior comfort only. The exterior, drive train, and the rest of the car were all pretty much unchanged. With new competition from Lexus and Acura, the buyers for the Fifth Avenue weren’t there. The car faded into obscurity fairly quickly as Chrysler redirected toward a cab-forward design.