23: 1984 Ford Bronco II
The original Ford Bronco was a massive V8-powered SUV with a removable top. So when GM introduced the compact Blazer, Ford needed something to compete. The Bronco II was brought into the picture riding on the same frame as the Ford Ranger. While it was a capable little SUV at going off-road it was missing a few notable items (via Motor Trend).
There was a distinct lack of a removable top, and there was also no V8 engine option. Both of these things alone made the Bronco quite the awkward proposition when you compared it to what else was on the road at the time. The SUV segment was also under fire at this point due to rollover incidents that involved a few prominent Japanese SUV models.