1990 Pontiac Sunbird (Best)
As a brand, Pontiac attempted to appeal to young consumers who wanted a car with an attitude. The Sunbird was a cheap compact car based on the Chevrolet Cavalier. To separate the car from the lowly Chevrolet Cavalier, there were many exterior enhancements, as well as performance enhancements. When you look at the Sunbird, there is no way to mistake this car for just another Cavalier (via Classic Car Database).
The automotive press praised the Sunbird for its innovative design. The Pontiac division was working toward getting younger people into the showrooms, and the Sunbird did exactly that. The car was an excellent vehicle in every sense of the design. The convertible model proved to be especially popular in terms of sales numbers.