4. Scion FR-S
Admittedly, the rest of the Scion lineup is pretty funky-looking in a less-than-positive way. The FR-S, which is a twin of the Subaru BRZ, is the exception. The little sports car looks sleek and muscular, which helps it stand out from the crowd of sedans and hatchbacks on roads these days. The 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder boxer engine helps the car achieve an estimated 28.3 mpg in the city and 36.2 mpg on the highway. The design of the car makes it incredibly well-balanced, which makes it the perfect car for driving on vacant, twisty country roads. The little four-cylinder engine might not deliver explosive acceleration, but it can provide some fun power bursts that most people use around town. The car’s interior is pretty comfortable if you are sitting in the front seats, while the rear seats are pretty much unusable. Owners can also add quite a few technological features, all for a price that does not break the bank.