38: Ford Tempo
The Tempo was meant to be a budget-oriented car that could compete with cars from Japan. The problem was the build quality of this car was downright awful. Coming right from the factory with all kinds of defects and reliability issues. For consumers, this was an angering prospect, and the reputation of the Tempo suffered (via Curbside Classic).
The Tempo would be sold until the mid-1990s when it was discontinued. Ford didn’t bring the Tempo back and the car never recovered from the quality issues. You won’t see one of these on the road these days and part of the reason for that was the lack of build quality. There were better options for the price and Ford knew it.