21: Pontiac Solstice/Saturn Sky
Released on the heels of one of the worst recessions in US history, the Solstice/Sky never really stood a chance. But if you’ve always liked the idea of an open-air roadster, this car is perfect for you. The design was ahead of its time for GM with smooth sloping lines and unique features. The interior was and still is one of the more upmarket designs to come out of a domestic-powered roadster. The factory power plant was easy to work on, coupled with a manual transmission.
Owning a roadster might not seem practical for most, but if you want a fun-to-drive weekend car, you can’t go wrong with either. The resale value of these two roadsters is almost nonexistent, which means that you can snatch them up for cheap. Repair costs are low and replacement parts are extremely easy to come by thanks to GM part sharing.