Crock. Because I guarantee you that the roof leaks and, well, there's nothing else appealing. I'm also guessing that old curmudgeons think these are worth a lot but no one actually wants to pay more that two grand for one.
Crock. I never understood why people called it a classic design. In my eyes, the proportions are way off. Or maybe there is just something about a long wheelbase hatchback that I dislike (same story with the Panamera).
Classic, combines bellowy V8 engines with British yearn for cutting edge futurism and those Ferrari Daytona looks ? all in a presentable executive saloon package. When a British saloon was forward-looking, not backward.
The Toyota Corolla FX-16 GT-S, basically a FWD hatchback counterpart to the Mk1 MR2 with the same drivetrain, wheels, and many underlying bits. This was always the 190E Cosworth to the Honda CRX's M3, always in the shadows of the big kahuna but still a great car in its own right.
Oof. With some sadness, I'll vote crock because even most car enthusiasts would walk by it and think that it's just another old Japanese hatchback. The CRX you mentioned suffers from that too but the incredible aftermarket keeps them closer to the spotlight.