41: Lincoln LS
When it was released, the LS was the first V8-powered Lincoln sedan to come along in a while. This time it had all the right tools for success except for the fact that it shared parts with the Jaguar brand. Which meant the Lincoln LS suffered from a long list of reliability issues that simply made consumers change their minds about the car (via Car and Driver).
The LS didn’t stay on the market very long as the consumer demand just wasn’t there. When it came to reliability, the car would spend more time in the shop than on the road, which was the case with the rest of the Jaguar line at the time.
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