2013 Suzuki Kizashi
Fun fact: "Kizashi" is Japanese for either 'something great is coming' OR 'warning'. Suzuki teased everyone with 3 different Kizashi concept cars since 2007, it finally launched the car in its production form in 2009.
While it was meant to compete with the Civics and Corollas of the time, it wasn't a bad offering at all. However, being launched while the world was in recession mode meant that it was Suzuki's last new car to be made in the US before the company packed up and left the market.
In 2011, the Kizashi was launched in India, but as a Completely Built-up Unit (CBU), meaning it was imported directly from Japan and had duties of around 105% at the time. Being an imported Suzuki also meant that the rear didn't have the local 'Maruti Suzuki' badge, but an ordinary Suzuki one as seen across the globe.
Because of its high price, very few were sold; in a country obsessed with image, the Suzuki badge didn't have any snob value since it's always associated to cheap/small cars. Hence the high price tag wasn't particularly justified.
I think it looks fantastic, but it's a shame that Suzuki wasn't able to focus on this car to the extent of developing a successor. While something great really was coming together for Suzuki, unfortunately it was also a warning that it was time to shut shop in various markets.