1. BMW E39 M5
The BMW M5 has always been a pretty sweet ride, but the E39 model released near the close of the 90’s was the best version of that decade. The E39 M5 had a significant increase in power and was produced in much greater numbers than the previous generations. The E39 M5 has a S62 V8 engine under the hood that produces 394 horsepower mated to a six-speed manual transmission. The suspension uses thicker front and rear anti-roll bars than previous models, polyurethane auxiliary springs, and steel balljoints. These upgrades give the E39 M5 a rigid suspension, able to handle the roughest roads, while still giving the occupants a smooth ride. The E39 M5 is no slouch either, with a zero to sixty time of 4.8 seconds and a top speed of 186 mph.