11: Dodge Neon R/T
Another variation of the compact Neon popular in the late 1990s was the R/T. The two-door coupe wore Dodge Viper racing stripes and came in two distinct paint jobs. The DOHC engine propelled the tiny car with authority. Because it was a Neon, the reliability was actually decent on this car. The interior was also specially designed for the Neon R/T with specific seats and instrument panel (via Road & Track).
Although it’s a two-door car, you can fit four people in the Neon R/T. The styling of the Neon R/T has made it a timeless classic. The car still looks good today, and there are plenty of aftermarket mods drivers can get for it. With a little work, you can have a compact car that will become a classic. The resale value for these has depreciated significantly and you can still find them with low mileage.