5: BMW E36 M3
The E36 M3 is the forgotten member of the BMW family. The 1990s model is not the high-tech gem that the 2000s car was. But for the price, you can’t go wrong with the signature BMW performance. The E36 is fairly common when it comes to finding replacement parts for it. The interior is impeccable with high-quality leather and comfortable seating (via Top Speed).
The four-door model is practical for a modern family, while it still performs well. The M3 is a hallmark of BMW design and engineering. The E36 stands out from the crowd for its timeless design. No matter what year of the M3 you get, the car has a lot of potential. A stock M3 can definitely give a Nissan Z a run for its money.