23: Dodge Spirit
The Spirit was the family sedan that the Dodge brand sold during the early ’90s. Based on the K-Car design, the Spirit was a boxy, compact car. The older design of the car made it seem dated compared to other models that were on the market. The V6 engine did give the Spirit a good amount of performance for the price. But the styling was just so dated that most buyers couldn’t get over it (via All Par).
The rare R/T version of the Spirit was decked out in red paint with matching rims. Although you wouldn’t think of the Spirit as a performance car, it did a great job of it. The Spirit ended up being phased out by the Intrepid in 1993. The Spirit was one of the worst Dodge sedans to hit the market. Its boxy shape didn’t do anything to further the brand image and the competition from Honda and Toyota was fierce.