11. Fiat 500
Complex Says: Prior to the arrival of the 500, the cheapest way to get into an Italian car in the U.S. was to buy a $118,900 Maserati GranTurismo. The 500 may not offer as much horsepower, handling, or sex appeal as the Maser, but it does offer a fun drive and cheeky visuals that remind us of Delonghi toasters...in a good way. We're happy to see the cinquecento here on our shores, and we're also pumped to drive the Abarth version. Sales weren't that hot, but it's made a big splash in the industry.