10. 1995-2000 Acura Integra Type R
Hear that buzzing noise coming from your town’s main drag? That’s the legacy of the Integra Type R. Yes, it came out of the factory with only 197 horsepower from its 1.8-liter four-cylinder and front-wheel-drive, but tuners have been giving it a lot more juice in the years since. If you see one today, chances are it has a loud, oversized exhaust and isn’t going to waste much time blowing by you.
9. 1994-2001 AM General Hummer
These are some of the basic specs on this vehicle: 16 inches of ground clearance, 15 feet long, more than seven feet wide, roughly 8,000 pounds of curb weight and combined fuel “efficiency” of 15 miles per gallon or less. There isn’t anything practical about a military vehicle stripped of its desert camouflage and rolled onto U.S. roads that are in no way built to handle it, but if you own this vehicle you’re probably not using it on roads all that often.