'94 Toyota Carina 2.0 GLi
'92 Subaru Legacy 1.8 Stationwagon (basically an Outback)
'05 Infiniti FX35
'15 Toyota Highlander XLE
'19 Infiniti QX80
You always love your first car, and that was true of my Carina as well. Perfect first car, enough power, handled well, spacious, and durable.
The Subaru drove like on rails, and it was super versatile. I liked it so much, I'd buy an Outback if I was in the market today.
The FX35 is badass. It's basically a Nissan 350Z on stilts, disguised as an SUV. I still drive it and love it. To me, the original FX was Nissan building a better Cayenne than Porsche. Fingers crossed they will build a new FX on the upcoming 400Z, but I'm not holding my breath.
My least favorite car was the Highlander, we thought we didn't need AWD but turns out the front wheels couldn't really handle ~300BHP. It was super-practical, though, more room and storage than the QX80 which is a lot bigger. Functional and reliable, but when the lease was up, we didn't feel like buying it.
The QX80 is sold outside the USA as the Nissan Patrol. It's a trad body-on-frame SUV, plush and big, a real offroader. This is basically my wife's car, and I'm a little embarrassed by it. Feels like every time I start the engine a tree dies (5.6L V8). It doesn't handle, but it's got that "king of the road" feeling. It drives a lot like the Landcruiser.
Next to the FX, the most fun I had in a car was my former employer's MG B with nitro. I don't think it was really all that fast, but it felt fast, like a kart almost.
My next car is either gonna be a Tesla Model 3 or Subaru Outback, but I do know I'm gonna keep the FX for years to come.