The release of the 1990 Subaru Justy was the last car sold that used carburetors. The beginning of the 90's welcomed the fuel injection system -- first central fuel injection and then multi-port or 'sequential' fuel injection system. The benefit of modern day fuel-injection systems is the precise measurements of fuel and the precision with which it is injected.
Carburetors are still championed by many car enthusiasts. Carburetors frequently surpass electronic fuel injection (EFI) in horsepower. Most people don't want to spend time tuning a carburetor when they can have a computer do it for them. The fine tuning is responsible for the carburetors exceptional performance, so if you love cars and like to tinker with parts, the carburetor is always a superior choice. But if you are a carb person, you already knew that.