The 13 worst cars of the last 20 years
Prepare the sickbags: it's our countdown of the most awful cars of the modern era
Posted: 31 Oct 2013
4: 1995 Suzuki X-90
In many ways, the Nineties was a golden era for the Japanese car industry, as it bestrode the WRC like a colossus and invented a whole new subculture in the guise of the PlayStation generation. Fortunately, our aching sides didn't get a moment's rest when Suzuki misread the motor show runes and pressed its 1993 Tokyo show X-90 concept into production. Evil progenitor of the pre-TOWIE Essexmobile, the Vitara SUV, the X-90 compounded Suzuki's reputation for marketing-led myopia and wobbly handling. But even if the car looked as though it didn't know whether it was coming or going, Suzuki GB whipped it off sale after barely 18 months in a moment of damage limitation, at roughly the same time Billie Faiers was being born.