18. Fiat 500L
Perhaps one of the most notable additions to this list is an odd-shaped car called the 500L. When the Fiat brand hit the market once again the cars were unique and affordable. But as time progresses, the market for these tiny Italian cars just isn’t there. Consumers want bigger and more powerful crossover vehicles that can take the place of large SUV models. The 500L, therefore, looks minuscule in a world of giants.
The 500L has a very cramped interior, which is a problem because most crossover shoppers are families. In addition to the cramped interior dimensions, the underwhelming cabin materials don’t make this car feel very refined. Then you have the lackluster performance, which is surprising considering how the Fiat 500 was so fun to drive. Nonetheless, the 500L doesn’t offer Italian sportiness in any sense of the word. The 500L has a very limited market, which is why the 2020 model should be avoided.
Better crossovers are coming out for the 2020 model year that offer more features for a comparable price. In vehicles like the 500L, a comfortable interior is one of the most important features. Without that interior comfort, you’re paying for a smaller sized minivan. The 500L was an interesting concept at first, but with comparable models offering more value, this little crossover is best to be avoided.