7: Chevy Corsica
The Corsica is the most basic car ever made. During the later part of the 1990s, you’d see the Corsica at every car rental place there was. The quality was lacking in almost every department (via Motor Biscuit). The Corsica drove like a soda can on wheels, with rattling parts both inside and out. Reliability was uncertain at best, with all sorts of repairs commonplace.
The Corsica was also one of the cheapest new cars sold in America. However, the cheap price only unfolded into many problems for new owners. When a cheap, unreliable car comes to mind, the Corsica is probably at the top. Chevy had a few duds in the 1990s, and the Corsica was one of them.