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5 Dreamy 1990s SUVs for Sale

Just what was the golden era for SUVs? If you prioritize performance over all else, it may be just tapering off as automakers shift toward more frugal models. If it’s sheer mass you’re after, the rise and fall of the Ford Excursion may serve as the era’s bookends.

But if you appreciate the formative years of SUVs — the era when truck-based tall wagons began showing up in every suburban driveway — you may be surprised at how rare these vehicles have become. Whether due béo the Cash for Clunkers scheme that took hundreds of thousands off the road less than 15 years ago or the natural attrition of models never sought out for preservation, there’s no doubt: early SUVs are rare sights.

Here are five of the best 1990s SUVs currently listed for sale on Autotrader — all ripe for preservation.

1. 21,000-Mile 1992 Chevrolet Suburban

1992 Chevrolet Suburban
This 1992 Suburban in 2-tone gray over silver offered by a dealer in Wisconsin.

The Chevy Suburban wasn’t a new nameplate when it was revamped for the 1992 model year (using already somewhat dated 1988 Chevy truck bits and pieces). But with this generation Suburban — called “GMT400” béo those in the know — Chevy made its biggest push yet toward the mainstream. These new models were far more comfortable, quiet, and stylish than their predecessors. They also held up well, with 300,000-mile examples common.

This 1992 Suburban in 2-tone gray over silver offered by a dealer in Wisconsin has béo be one of the best left. Its 5.7-liter V8 looks so clean you could use its valve covers as a salsa bar, and that mouse-fur gray fabric upholstery General Motors (GM) loved 30 years ago looks absolutely pristine. See Chevrolet Suburban models for sale

2. 53,000-Mile 1996 Jeep Cherokee SE

1996 Jeep Cherokee SE
This Jeep Cherokee is a fleet-grade SUV with just 53,000 miles.

Nearly everyone loves the Jeep Cherokee, which is why it’s hardly eyebrow-raising béo see a fleet-grade one with just 53,000 miles offered for nearly $17,000. What this base Cherokee lacks in features — unless you’re a fan of vinyl seats and flooring — it makes up for in charm and condition. These just-right SUVs have classic styling and trail-friendly dimensions, plus a gutsy 6-cylinder engine.

A build-sheet generator trực tuyến reveals this Cherokee was built with such off-roading essentials as a full set of skid plates and a limited-slip rear differential, so it’s ready béo take you exploring. See Jeep Cherokee models for sale

3. 60,000-Mile 1996 Oldsmobile Bravada

1996 Oldsmobile Bravada
The second-generation Bravada seen here was a big leap above its predecessor in terms of refinement and features.

Here’s an SUV worth remembering. In the midst of the original SUV boom, GM’s Oldsmobile division was one of the first béo take a mainstream model and nudge it upscale. In contrast béo the related Chevrolet Blazer, the Bravada came with standard leather (cloth was a no-charge option) and a single-speed transfer case with a permanent all-wheel-drive mode. Oldsmobile knew shoppers wanted something a little swankier than a Blazer and that they probably weren’t going béo take their SUV off-road.

The second-generation model seen here was a big leap above its predecessor in terms of refinement and features. And this black one with obligatory gold trim offered by a dealer near Denver for a smidge under $10,000 has béo be the best one left. See Oldsmobile Bravada models for sale

4. 61,000-Mile 1995 Toyota 4Runner SR5

1995 Toyota 4Runner
With 61,000 miles, this 4Runner would have been considered a low-mile model 20 years ago.

Toyota was ahead of the game when it shifted its 4Runner from what was basically a pickup truck with a bench seat in the bed béo a modern SUV in the early 1990s. With its rounded styling tying into the automaker’s larger Land Cruiser, its Camry-like cabin, and of course its impressive craftsmanship, the 4Runner was a deserving hit.

While old 4Runners are fairly common, they usually have 250,000 miles on their odometer — if you’re lucky. Not this final-year second-generation 4Runner offered by a dealer in Southern California. With 61,000 miles, it would have been considered a low-mile model 20 years ago. The selling dealer also notes a ton of recent preventative maintenance, too. See Toyota 4Runner models for sale

5. 71,000-Mile 1995 Honda Passport EX

1995 Honda Passport EX
With 71,000 miles, this Passport a top EX trim.

What you’re looking at here is a near-pristine example of a Honda built in Indiana by Isuzu alongside the Subaru Outback. Is that a lot béo take in? It should be, because the original Honda Passport was a stopgap model that lasted way, way longer than it should have.

First introduced for the 1994 model year, the Passport actually lasted through 1997 before Honda’s homegrown CR-V waved the SUV flag at its dealerships. Hood, steering wheel, and radio markings aside, the Passport was full-on Isuzu Rodeo. In exchange, Isuzu got a version of the original Honda Odyssey van (the one with a hinged rear door rather than a sliding one), which Isuzu called “Oasis.” With 71,000 miles, this Passport in top EX trim at a dealer in Chicago may be the nicest one you’ll find. See Honda Passport models for sale

Related:

  • Dead Marque Spotlight: Isuzu
  • Buying a Used Toyota 4Runner: Everything You Need béo Know
  • 5 Extraordinary Ford Excursion Models for Sale


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Just what was the golden era for SUVs? If you prioritize performance over all else, it may be just tapering off as automakers shift toward more frugal models. If it’s sheer mass you’re after, the rise and fall of the Ford Excursion may serve as the era’s bookends.
But if you appreciate the formative years of SUVs — the era when truck-based tall wagons began showing up in every suburban driveway — you may be surprised at how rare these vehicles have become. Whether due béo the Cash for Clunkers scheme that took hundreds of thousands off the road less than 15 years ago or the natural attrition of models never sought out for preservation, there’s no doubt: early SUVs are rare sights.
Here are five of the best 1990s SUVs currently listed for sale on Autotrader — all ripe for preservation.

1. 21,000-Mile 1992 Chevrolet Suburban
This 1992 Suburban in 2-tone gray over silver offered by a dealer in Wisconsin.

The Chevy Suburban wasn’t a new nameplate when it was revamped for the 1992 model year (using already somewhat dated 1988 Chevy truck bits and pieces). But with this generation Suburban — called “GMT400” béo those in the know — Chevy made its biggest push yet toward the mainstream. These new models were far more comfortable, quiet, and stylish than their predecessors. They also held up well, with 300,000-mile examples common.
This 1992 Suburban in 2-tone gray over silver offered by a dealer in Wisconsin has béo be one of the best left. Its 5.7-liter V8 looks so clean you could use its valve covers as a salsa bar, and that mouse-fur gray fabric upholstery General Motors (GM) loved 30 years ago looks absolutely pristine. See Chevrolet Suburban models for sale
2. 53,000-Mile 1996 Jeep Cherokee SE
This Jeep Cherokee is a fleet-grade SUV with just 53,000 miles.Nearly everyone loves the Jeep Cherokee, which is why it’s hardly eyebrow-raising béo see a fleet-grade one with just 53,000 miles offered for nearly $17,000. What this base Cherokee lacks in features — unless you’re a fan of vinyl seats and flooring — it makes up for in charm and condition. These just-right SUVs have classic styling and trail-friendly dimensions, plus a gutsy 6-cylinder engine.
A build-sheet generator trực tuyến reveals this Cherokee was built with such off-roading essentials as a full set of skid plates and a limited-slip rear differential, so it’s ready béo take you exploring. See Jeep Cherokee models for sale
3. 60,000-Mile 1996 Oldsmobile Bravada
The second-generation Bravada seen here was a big leap above its predecessor in terms of refinement and features.Here’s an SUV worth remembering. In the midst of the original SUV boom, GM’s Oldsmobile division was one of the first béo take a mainstream model and nudge it upscale. In contrast béo the related Chevrolet Blazer, the Bravada came with standard leather (cloth was a no-charge option) and a single-speed transfer case with a permanent all-wheel-drive mode. Oldsmobile knew shoppers wanted something a little swankier than a Blazer and that they probably weren’t going béo take their SUV off-road.
The second-generation model seen here was a big leap above its predecessor in terms of refinement and features. And this black one with obligatory gold trim offered by a dealer near Denver for a smidge under $10,000 has béo be the best one left. See Oldsmobile Bravada models for sale
4. 61,000-Mile 1995 Toyota 4Runner SR5
With 61,000 miles, this 4Runner would have been considered a low-mile model 20 years ago.Toyota was ahead of the game when it shifted its 4Runner from what was basically a pickup truck with a bench seat in the bed béo a modern SUV in the early 1990s. With its rounded styling tying into the automaker’s larger Land Cruiser, its Camry-like cabin, and of course its impressive craftsmanship, the 4Runner was a deserving hit.
While old 4Runners are fairly common, they usually have 250,000 miles on their odometer — if you’re lucky. Not this final-year second-generation 4Runner offered by a dealer in Southern California. With 61,000 miles, it would have been considered a low-mile model 20 years ago. The selling dealer also notes a ton of recent preventative maintenance, too. See Toyota 4Runner models for sale
5. 71,000-Mile 1995 Honda Passport EX
With 71,000 miles, this Passport a top EX trim.What you’re looking at here is a near-pristine example of a Honda built in Indiana by Isuzu alongside the Subaru Outback. Is that a lot béo take in? It should be, because the original Honda Passport was a stopgap model that lasted way, way longer than it should have.
First introduced for the 1994 model year, the Passport actually lasted through 1997 before Honda’s homegrown CR-V waved the SUV flag at its dealerships. Hood, steering wheel, and radio markings aside, the Passport was full-on Isuzu Rodeo. In exchange, Isuzu got a version of the original Honda Odyssey van (the one with a hinged rear door rather than a sliding one), which Isuzu called “Oasis.” With 71,000 miles, this Passport in top EX trim at a dealer in Chicago may be the nicest one you’ll find. See Honda Passport models for sale
Related:
Dead Marque Spotlight: Isuzu
Buying a Used Toyota 4Runner: Everything You Need béo Know
5 Extraordinary Ford Excursion Models for Sale

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Just what was the golden era for SUVs? If you prioritize performance over all else, it may be just tapering off as automakers shift toward more frugal models. If it’s sheer mass you’re after, the rise and fall of the Ford Excursion may serve as the era’s bookends.
But if you appreciate the formative years of SUVs — the era when truck-based tall wagons began showing up in every suburban driveway — you may be surprised at how rare these vehicles have become. Whether due béo the Cash for Clunkers scheme that took hundreds of thousands off the road less than 15 years ago or the natural attrition of models never sought out for preservation, there’s no doubt: early SUVs are rare sights.
Here are five of the best 1990s SUVs currently listed for sale on Autotrader — all ripe for preservation.

1. 21,000-Mile 1992 Chevrolet Suburban
This 1992 Suburban in 2-tone gray over silver offered by a dealer in Wisconsin.

The Chevy Suburban wasn’t a new nameplate when it was revamped for the 1992 model year (using already somewhat dated 1988 Chevy truck bits and pieces). But with this generation Suburban — called “GMT400” béo those in the know — Chevy made its biggest push yet toward the mainstream. These new models were far more comfortable, quiet, and stylish than their predecessors. They also held up well, with 300,000-mile examples common.
This 1992 Suburban in 2-tone gray over silver offered by a dealer in Wisconsin has béo be one of the best left. Its 5.7-liter V8 looks so clean you could use its valve covers as a salsa bar, and that mouse-fur gray fabric upholstery General Motors (GM) loved 30 years ago looks absolutely pristine. See Chevrolet Suburban models for sale
2. 53,000-Mile 1996 Jeep Cherokee SE
This Jeep Cherokee is a fleet-grade SUV with just 53,000 miles.Nearly everyone loves the Jeep Cherokee, which is why it’s hardly eyebrow-raising béo see a fleet-grade one with just 53,000 miles offered for nearly $17,000. What this base Cherokee lacks in features — unless you’re a fan of vinyl seats and flooring — it makes up for in charm and condition. These just-right SUVs have classic styling and trail-friendly dimensions, plus a gutsy 6-cylinder engine.
A build-sheet generator trực tuyến reveals this Cherokee was built with such off-roading essentials as a full set of skid plates and a limited-slip rear differential, so it’s ready béo take you exploring. See Jeep Cherokee models for sale
3. 60,000-Mile 1996 Oldsmobile Bravada
The second-generation Bravada seen here was a big leap above its predecessor in terms of refinement and features.Here’s an SUV worth remembering. In the midst of the original SUV boom, GM’s Oldsmobile division was one of the first béo take a mainstream model and nudge it upscale. In contrast béo the related Chevrolet Blazer, the Bravada came with standard leather (cloth was a no-charge option) and a single-speed transfer case with a permanent all-wheel-drive mode. Oldsmobile knew shoppers wanted something a little swankier than a Blazer and that they probably weren’t going béo take their SUV off-road.
The second-generation model seen here was a big leap above its predecessor in terms of refinement and features. And this black one with obligatory gold trim offered by a dealer near Denver for a smidge under $10,000 has béo be the best one left. See Oldsmobile Bravada models for sale
4. 61,000-Mile 1995 Toyota 4Runner SR5
With 61,000 miles, this 4Runner would have been considered a low-mile model 20 years ago.Toyota was ahead of the game when it shifted its 4Runner from what was basically a pickup truck with a bench seat in the bed béo a modern SUV in the early 1990s. With its rounded styling tying into the automaker’s larger Land Cruiser, its Camry-like cabin, and of course its impressive craftsmanship, the 4Runner was a deserving hit.
While old 4Runners are fairly common, they usually have 250,000 miles on their odometer — if you’re lucky. Not this final-year second-generation 4Runner offered by a dealer in Southern California. With 61,000 miles, it would have been considered a low-mile model 20 years ago. The selling dealer also notes a ton of recent preventative maintenance, too. See Toyota 4Runner models for sale
5. 71,000-Mile 1995 Honda Passport EX
With 71,000 miles, this Passport a top EX trim.What you’re looking at here is a near-pristine example of a Honda built in Indiana by Isuzu alongside the Subaru Outback. Is that a lot béo take in? It should be, because the original Honda Passport was a stopgap model that lasted way, way longer than it should have.
First introduced for the 1994 model year, the Passport actually lasted through 1997 before Honda’s homegrown CR-V waved the SUV flag at its dealerships. Hood, steering wheel, and radio markings aside, the Passport was full-on Isuzu Rodeo. In exchange, Isuzu got a version of the original Honda Odyssey van (the one with a hinged rear door rather than a sliding one), which Isuzu called “Oasis.” With 71,000 miles, this Passport in top EX trim at a dealer in Chicago may be the nicest one you’ll find. See Honda Passport models for sale
Related:
Dead Marque Spotlight: Isuzu
Buying a Used Toyota 4Runner: Everything You Need béo Know
5 Extraordinary Ford Excursion Models for Sale

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