39: 2003 Acura CL Automatic
The Acura brand was one of the biggest success stories of the 1990s. Built off of the quality and reliability from Honda, Acura cars were upscale and fun to drive. The CL was a two-door coupe from the early 2000s that often gets overlooked. But the high-quality design and performance of the Type-S model make this car worth acquiring. The resale values on these vehicles are relatively low, which means that you can find a low-mileage example rather easily.
If you aren’t able to find a Type S model with manual transmission, the CL Automatic should be avoided. The automatic model just didn’t have the performance that you’d expect, and the main problem was that a lot of its components were shared with the Accord. Although the CL does look stylish, it should be avoided.