I didn't mention the Element. I should. The gray plastic fenders are pretty bad. The newer EX and SC versions had body-color fenders (I used to work for Honda), but the grille and rear demi-doors are still ugly. And the styling has had very little updating since it debuted. They gave it a new grille (no one noticed) and the aforementioned painted fenders (on most models). At least the interior is pretty sweet, if you don't mind seating for only four and not being able to exit the rear unless the front doors are open.
Nissan Sentra (profile - the rear windows look like an afterthought)
Nissan Maxima (huge flat grille)
the entire Hummer line
Smart ForTwo (looks like it's from of a Caricature)
BMW Z4 (I hate the side sculpting)
Ford Econoline van (no full restyle in almost 20 years, plus the grille is ridiculous)
VW New Beetle (sorry, it is a Golf without the practicality or looks)
The Cube at least has a art deco feel about it. Compared to another cube like vehicle, the Ford Flex,the Cube looks alot better. I'd also nominated the Chrysler Sebring. I'm not sure how even comment on it... just.. blah.
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