1987 Pontiac 6000 LE (Worst)
The 1987 Pontiac 6000 LE was the next and final revision for the 6000 line. At this point, the 6000 LE was being positioned as a family-friendly offering for consumers. The thing that made the car great was the V6 engine, but the rest of the car was junk. The interior parts were notorious for falling off the car. The sales of the 6000 LE had started to decline at this point. GM would eventually get rid of the car altogether in the 1990s (via Classic Car Database).
The 6000 LE was the furthest thing from what you’d expect a Pontiac model to be. The styling was bland at a time when the brand was in a transition period. The car shared far too much sheet metal with other vehicles in the GM brand portfolio. For the price the 6000 LE was being sold for, it didn’t make sense for consumers to purchase one.