18: Chevrolet Venture
Who could forget the Chevy Venture? Probably everyone, unless you grew up with a Venture in your family. The Venture and its corporate cousin, the Trans Sport, got the worst IIHS crash test in history (via Money Inc.). With the lackluster crash test in tow, the Venture went on until 2004, when the Chevy Uplander replaced it. There was nothing remotely reliable about the Venture, which is why the Caravan outpaced it in sales.
Chevrolet never had good luck marketing a successful minivan. The Venture did have a unique package called the “WB” edition. The trim line was designed in partnership with Warner Brothers and had a leather interior and DVD video player. A DVD player isn’t enough to sell minivans, and the Venture was a dramatic flop.