It wasn't easy growing up a gearhead in the 1990s. Sure, in some ways, it was a really exciting time. In terms of technology, build quality, and gadgets, there's no comparing almost any car from 1989 to a 2000 model. In retrospect, the '90s represented a leap in technology almost unprecedented in any decade since the birth of the automobile.
But how many can you think of that you'd actually want to drive today? A handful of exotics and hypercars, sure. The Viper, Nissan GT-R, and a few others come to mind. But otherwise, the 1990s were to automobiles what the 1950s were to suburban housing. Thanks in large part to an obsession with aerodynamics, the 1990s were a barren landscape of visually identical bubble-cars with about as many hard character lines as Barney's Great Adventure. Cars didn't seem to so much "drive" as "ooze" along highways like the giant amoebas they resembled.Fortunately, those days are long gone - and here's a list of reasons why. This list of the most '90s cars ever compiles the cars that best represent the styles and ideas of the 1990s. These are the acid wash jeans of the automotive world. Vote up the cars so '90s that you wouldn't want to be seen behind the wheel today.