12: Chrysler Cirrus
Perhaps there is no car more forgotten than the Chrysler Cirrus. Released in-between the LeBaron and the future Sebring, the Cirrus was a carbon copy of the Dodge Stratus. Because Chrysler had released a trio of these sedans in the 1990s, the Cirrus was the “luxury” option. But the Cirrus was anything but a luxurious vehicle (via Motor Trend).
The compact dimensions gave the car an inferior feeling compared to other sedans from this era. The Cirrus was notoriously unreliable, as were many Chrysler sedans from this era. Transmission failure was also normal, even while the car was still under warranty. Given the fact that the Cirrus was not actually the more refined vehicle compared to other sedans, it was quite the disappointment.