Khodrocar - 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.
Many people will tell you Mazda perfected its RX-7 formula in the early 1990s with the third-gen FD. Sporting a twin-turbo rotary engine, some fantastic looks, and expertly tuned handling, it remains one of Mazda's most desirable cars out there.
Ferrari 550 Maranello
The 550 Maranello was the last front-engined V12 Ferrari to come exclusively with a gated manual transmission. That, plus great looks and an intoxicating soundtrack make it one of the company's all-time greats.
The 8-Series is a cool car on its own, but the top-level 850CSi is where it's really at. It uses a 375-horsepower version of the 850i's V12, along with stiffer springs and dampers. Best of all? You could only get it with a manual transmission.
Though the XJ220 didn't end up getting a V12, it's still arguably the coolest production Jaguar ever built. Supercar styling, simplistic turbocharging, and pop-up headlights make it a true '90s classic.
Subaru Impreza 22B
The 22B was the very best car Subaru offered in the 1990s, possibly ever. It featured a widebody kit, massive brakes, gold wheels, and 275 horsepower. The ultimate street-legal rally machine.
Replacing the outgoing Countach was no easy feat, but the Diablo managed to pull it off. Exotic looks and swing-up doors meant every kid of the '90s had a poster of one of these on these on their wall.
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.
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.