22: 1996-1998 Suzuki X-90
In the 1990s, Suzuki was sort of the “lame duck” of the automotive industry. Generation X embraced the brand as a funky alternative, baby boomers not so much. That divide between shoppers put a dent in any success Suzuki could have. The X-90 is a hybrid of the successful Suzuki Samurai and a two-door sports car. The thinking was that a driver could have the best of both worlds. It was an idea that connected decades later with the crossover movement.
But in the 1990s, most drivers preferred a more conventional SUV model (via Repair Pal). The X-90 was underpowered and lacking a backseat. The interior was not well put together, with both driver and passenger riding extremely close to each other. Suzuki is not the most pioneering car company in the world, and it’s no surprise that the X-90 was less than stellar.