20: Chevrolet Citation
The Citation is another automobile that needs no explanation. If you were around in the 1980s, you remember seeing this awful car a time or two. The Citation was a compact car that was meant to replace the Vega and the models that had come before it. While the design was a little more modern, it was still poor. The build quality was subpar at best and the reliability was as awful as you could imagine, and this was when the car was brand-new (via eBay Motors).
The Citation would be sold for almost a decade in various forms. While initial sales numbers were good, the complaints from drivers were massive. From little complaints such as the radio dials falling off to more serious ones such as the car overheating. There’s no denying the Citation was a bad look for GM at a time when the company was trying to evolve.