I have seen drives that boast that they use AES with CBC mode, which doesn't really make sense in my opinion, sure it's more secure than ECB (but actually, leaving security aside, ECB is better suited for disk encryption than CBC, explaining later)
The Problem with CBC is that you have a serious chicken and egg problem, which doesn't get very bad when working with most files, but gets problematic in disk encryption because it relies on the ciphertext of the previous block, wouldn't this be a serious performance bottleneck? Encryption parallelizing is one thing (although I think that encryption speed > HDD speed) but what happens if I change/remove for example block $1$? Won't the drive be unusable while re-encrypting ALL the remaining data?
ECB is junk security-wise, that one is true, but it doesn't rely on the previous data, which gives it an advantage, but then again CTR mode has the same advantage and XTS as well (aside from the last block which may rely on ciphertext stealing).