17: 1993-1997 Honda Civic del Sol
What happened when you took a Honda Civic and chopped the back off? Drivers got the Del Sol. The compact Civic-based roadster sold in the ’90s and didn’t feature any noticeable performance upgrades. But if you enjoy Honda vehicles and wanted an open-air experience, the Del Sol is how you got it. The interior does have different Honda Civic features, but all crammed into a tightly trimmed space.
The removable Targa top was a nice touch, but it takes up a great amount of trunk space. The speaker system in the Del Sol was also not the best that you could get at the time. The Del Sol is the quintessential ’90s cruiser if there ever was one. Between the Suzuki X-90 monstrosity and the Del Sol, you couldn’t get more 1990s than these two cars. When you step into the Del Sol, it’s time to fire up the Ally McBeal and take a step down memory lane (via Motor Trend).