Yesterday we asked you what your favorite cars from the 1990s were. There were a ton of responses, but there were 10 cars that were mentioned repeatedly.
While the run-of-the-mill C4-generation Corvette has fallen out of favor for enthusiasts, the top-spec ZR-1 remains a high-priced collector's item, mainly thanks to its rarity and legendary LT5 engine. Also, it's still really fun to drive.
Prices for clean 300ZXs are starting to skyrocket, and it's easy to see why. The sweet looks and advanced tech make it a must-have for nostalgic '90s collectors. Snap one up before it's too late.
While we're all waiting for Toyota to drop the newest Supra, let's take a minute to appreciate the last one. Legendary for its indestructible 2JZ straight-six and rounded off looks, the Mk IV Supra will forever be known as one of the best cars to come out of Japan.
The Foxbody Mustang holds a dear place in people's hearts, that's why it was built for 15 years, finally going out of production in 1994. But those boxy looks and fastback profile (along with a 5.0-liter V8) are why muscle car lovers will keep coming back, and it may have been at its best in the 1990s.
The first Viper was basically a concept car that Dodge decided to put into production. It had no real roof, no traction control, side pipes, and an 8.0-liter V10 under the hood.
What best 90s car list would be complete without the original Miata? It's a favorite among the R&T staff, and for good reason. It's reliable, cheap, good-looking, and most importantly, fun to drive.
Some people consider the sound of the F355's 3.5-liter V8 to be the best of all time. Once heard, that screaming wail is something you won't soon forget. Oh, and also, you can get it with a gated manual transmission.
Americans have a unique appreciation of the Skyline because while it may be one of the greatest cars of the 1990s, we didn't get them when they first came out. We can import the R32-generation cars now, and the R33 in a couple of years. But the R34, which is supposed to be a fantastic machine, is still a way off. We can't wait until 2024.
Even if you dropped "90s" from the title of this list, the McLaren F1 would still be on it. It's arguably one of the greatest road cars ever made, with a screaming BMW V12 and a wild center-seating position.