24. Dodge Neon ACR
Before the SRT-4, there was another performance-oriented Neon for sale. The ACR was based on a popular touring version of the car. Chrysler wanted to show off the car’s sportiness and driving abilities and thus there were a few special editions of the car. You’ll notice that the ACR had a signature pair of stripes as well as a limited-edition paint job. The ACR was lightweight, fast, and it held its value pretty well. But drivers are just not buying the car, not even at today’s prices. There was a time when the Neon was one of the best-selling cars around.
For the price tag, the ACR is a supreme deal in a used performance car. This is also a piece of automotive history because the ’90s were a trying time. Chrysler was just coming off of the heels of the K-Cars and the company needed a success. Sadly, the Neon ACR has gone the way of automotive history and you don’t see too many around.