The Yugo, a compact car from the 1980s, faced numerous reliability issues and poor build quality, leading many drivers to avoid purchasing it again.
The Pontiac Aztek, notable for its unusual look, garnered negative reviews and sold poorly, leading in few repeat buyers.
Drivers were dissatisfied with the subcompact Chevrolet Aveo's performance, materials, and safety ratings.
The Chrysler PT Cruiser was initially popular, but its handling, internal spaciousness, and outmoded style turned many drivers away.
The Ford Pinto was unpopular with buyers because to its safety issues and fuel tank fires in rear-end crashes.
The tiny SUV's stability, safety, and dependability difficulties lowered sales and made drivers reluctant to buy it again.
The tiny hatchback Dodge Caliber was criticized for its poor performance, inexpensive interior materials, and low fuel economy, decreasing driver interest.
The mid-size sedan's unreliable performance, outdated design, and low repurchase rate hurt its appeal.