6. Jeep Liberty
The Jeep Liberty got the official axe when its Toledo plant was shut down in order to prepare for the new Fiat-based Jeep model. It originally hit the market back in 2001 as a replacement for the Jeep Cherokee, and sales reached as high as 171,212 in its first year on the market. In recent years though, sales figures has dropped to a quarter of that figure with the Liberty being criticized as being “noisy, cramped, and outdated” by Consumer Reports.