11. Acura CL
When you look back on the Acura lineup of the ’90s, there are a few things that come to mind. The brand was known for producing well-appointed sporty cars. But the next generation of the CL was nothing more than a souped-up Honda Accord. The car shared most of its exterior styling with the sedate Honda, which is what made the CL lack personality.
The CL could have been a capable performance coupe with the right features. But somewhere along the line, Honda missed out on something. Without the execution, the CL was a substantial letdown. Resale values for these cars have started to creep up in recent years, but they’re nothing to get too excited about.