17. Acura Legend Coupe
During the ’90s, Acura was just coming into its own. The Integra was selling like hotcakes and the Legend was a capable luxury brand. The second-generation Legend had a lot of hype surrounding it. The automotive community was ready to see just what kind of performance-oriented luxury car Honda could bring to the table. There were some cool features to the Legend, such as the vacuum-sealing doors.
But in terms of styling and performance, the car was unimaginative. The Legend lacked substance in areas where you’d expect a car of this caliber to have it. The performance was dated and the overall driving experience was nothing more than a relic. Still, the Legend was an eye-opener for the Honda brand and the car managed to build a loyal following.