6. Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet
The Nissan Murano was never a particularly good-looking crossover, but it did fit the bill as a well-equipped and sporty model that was relatively affordable and had decent cargo room. So, yes, it fit a niche, but the Murano CrossCabriolet is another story altogether. Never once have I heard someone say “Gee, I want a high-riding crossover without the cargo room and with a retractable roof.” Nissan is a company that’s not afraid to take a chance on a model, but the CrossCabriolet is one that likely should have been scrapped from the beginning. Fortunately, the 2015 Murano features an all-new body, and there is no CrossCabriolet version in sight. Any leftover CrossCabriolet stock should be off dealer lots by early-2015.