17: Dodge Neon
Released during the cheap car phase of the ’90s, the Neon was an attempt to beat out Honda. The design of the Neon was distinguished from an exterior standpoint. There was plenty of interior space, and the car seemed modern. But that was where things ended, and the rest of the Neon was a rough product (via Repair Pal).
The Neon was notoriously cheap, and that made it a lackluster sales figure for Dodge. The doors didn’t even have a frame around the windows. On top of everything else, the Neon was vastly underpowered as time went on. Honda would continue to improve upon the Civic and so did Toyota with the Corolla.