Mint 1992 Geo Storm GSi With Just 38k Miles Listed For Sale On eBay11
The base-level engine in the 1992 model year Geo Storm was rather wheezy 1.6L four-cylinder that made just 95 horsepower and 96 pound-feet of torque. Customers could also put down some extra cash for the uprated GSi model, though, which featured a 1.8L four-cylinder that made a very respectable 140 horsepower and 120 pound-feet of torque. These sporty GSi models could also accelerate from 0-60 mph in 7.1 seconds and reach a top speed of 125 mph – great performance stats for a cheap commuter car from the early 1990s, if you ask us.
The Geo Storm GSi is, unfortunately, a car that many people seem to have forgotten about. However, this pristine yellow example currently for sale on eBay Motors is a great way to put this lovable little coupe back in the public’s memory. This is a mint-condition Geo Storm GSi that looks as though it was just driven off the showroom floor – apart from a little bit of grime on the engine and other parts of the engine bay. There are no dents or scratches on the exterior, no stains on the interior upholstery and even the underbody looks as clean as can be.
With a ‘Buy It Now’ price of $7,999, we feel confident saying that this is probably one of the more expensive Geo brand vehicles currently for sale in America. Then again, this car is essentially new. Apart from the near-perfect exterior and interior, it also has just 38,000 miles on the odometer, so it’s barely been driven since it rolled off the lot 28 years ago. The market for a mint-condition Geo is probably fairly narrow, though, so we’ll have to wait and see how much interest this car attracts.
Check out the listing here to see more photos of this like-new Geo Storm.
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Wow, I remember these cars were given away and younger guys in the GSIs were speeding around in them. As the article said it wasn’t a bad performer for it’s day, even leave most of today’s small CUVs and subcompacts in the dust.
This was probably a dealer demo that haven’t sold as said earlier the same young guys probably crashed them all by 2005.
As I recall, and this was a LONG time ago, for the price of the GSI, you could just buy a Camaro.
Yep. That’s what I did in 93.
I always wanted the L67 swap one of these.
Bat Sh** crazy.. I paid $300 for one. 1991 GEO Storm.. not the GSi. but still You’re buying a new car? I had one I spent to much money on mine, but I loved the care rebuilt engine and manual transmission. I had it a few years and traded it for a 2008 ford Focus.
Yeah, looking at it. it seem to be an attractive car, but really nothing special. In its current condition, it may be worth, say, $500 to $700 above a similar model in just “good” condition, but certainly not worth $8K. The car is so old, I doubt KBB even carries a listing for it.
KBB value $3370.
Proud to see this I own a 1990 Geo storm gsi not a bit of rust on it and only 53000 miles on it. Best gas saver I’ve ever owned
had one of these as my first car. Would love to get another for the memories but not at $8K. I would give $2K for it tho
LOL ! I bought this car in Feb 0f 1989. I am still using it around once in while on a weekend. A/C & Heater doesn’t work anymore with 211.75 miles on in but still runs and accelerate like new.
The price is way too high. My X had a 91 storm not the GSI but it would out preform my friends Porch 928. I have been trying to find another for years