Power Ranking The Best-Selling Cars Of The 90s
Power Ranking The Best-Selling Cars Of The 90s You might probably laugh at the suggestion, but please bear with us, as we’re determined to convince you by the end of the list that some of the 90s cars are worth the status of classics. Below you can find our top 9 list of the most distinctive cars from that decade.

9. Toyota Supra

 While the Supra was never a supercar, its owners regarded it as the affordable option of such. The thing is – the Supra allowed for many modifications, so the ones excited to try something new could accomplish a lot.

8. Nissan Skyline

The Nissan Skyline was another great option for gearheads like us, who kept on coming with new and more creative ways to improve their rides. The Skyline, however, became a favourite because of its amount of power and torque it produced.

7. Honda Accord

While the Accord, especially compared to the other entries from the 90s, wasn’t the prettiest car, it undoubtedly won its status as a badass sedan. The car was also highly efficient and could effortlessly reach all that was expected from it. No wonder why it sold so well.

6. Mazda Miata

If we could make any comparison – the Mazda Miata was the Japanese version of a British roadster, or in other words among the best sports cars on the market the average consumer could invest his money in.

5. Ford Mustang SVT Cobra

It was when Shelby Mustang was out of production that the high-performance Ford Mustang SVT Cobra gained momentum. The Cobra was Ford’s cheeky answer to the sports monsters of that time, logically becoming the first choice for many byers.

4. Mazda RX-7

The RX-7’s design was an impressive machine, with its fantastic chassis, great handling and the more than cool twin-turbocharged rotary engine. Enough, if you ask us, to earn it the status of a fine sports car.

3. Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1

Corvette was the shit. Everyone wanted to own one during the 90s, being promoted as one of the world's fastest production cars. And while lacking much practicality, it was still affordable and cool enough to join our list.

 2. BMW M5

The BMW M5 was two-in-one - a mighty sports car and a family sedan. So if you could afford it – it was hell-of-a-great choice to make.

 1. Dodge Viper

The V10 engine bolted in the Dodge Viper made the car incredibly fast and not a so great for those who had no clue how to handle its power. The ones who had flair for high speeds – well, they had some fun with it.

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