28: Lincoln Aviator
In the 2000s, the SUV segment was the hottest in the hottest world and everyone wanted to get in on it. Consumers could not get enough of these things, so Ford saw fit to introduce a baby-sized Navigator into the mix. Dubbed the Aviator, the small SUV shared a design with the Ford Explorer, but what differentiated the two was what was under the hood. The same engine used in the Mustang Mach 1 was under the hood of this (via Car and Driver).
While the initial reviews for The Aviator were good, the problem was its high price tag. The SUV was priced close to the Navigator, and for many consumers, this didn’t make any sense. They could go a get a fully-loaded Navigator that would seat seven for not that much more. The Aviator was discontinued pretty soon after that, and there were reports of reliability problems as well. Nowadays, this SUV is a rare sight, although you will see them from time to time.