Geo Metro

Gas Miser: 1992 Geo Metro Convertible

The elfish Geo Metro amounted to one of the nine lives of the Suzuki Cultus, a car that was badged variously as the Suzuki Swift, the Chevy Sprint, and the Pontiac Firefly from 1985 to 1989. General Motors, partnering… more»

45K Clean Miles: 1992 Geo Metro

A Geo Metro on Barn Finds? Yup and this one ain’t the first. It is the first for me and I was surprised to find one still in existence, running, and with just 45K miles no less; how unusual!… more»

V8 Monster Sub-Compact! 1996 Geo Metro

The Geo Metro was a spin-off of the sub-compact Suzuki Cultus and was sold in North America between 1989-01. It was a joint venture between General Motors and the Japanese company, which included production in Canada for a while…. more»

Quadruple Geo Metro Barn Find?!!

When you think of collector cars, all sorts of iconic names come to mind. Like the 1965-66 Ford Mustang. Or the 1955-57 Chevy Nomad. And this list goes on and on. But the one brand that doesn’t make anyone’s… more»

Three-Cylinder Survivor: 1992 Geo Metro Convertible

Who remembers the Geo nameplate? It was a 1990s thing when General Motors formed a partnership with Suzuki to produce small subcompact cars for the U.S. market. They were the rebadged Suzuki Cultus sold in the States at Chevrolet… more»

33K Miles! 1992 Geo Metro Convertible

We’ve had a resurgence of non-spring-like weather here in the upper Midwest lately with temperatures in the 40s, but most of the country is ready for convertible season, I know that I am. This super clean badge-engineered drop-top is… more»

Only 38K Miles! 1991 Geo Metro Convertible

Here’s another car that is not exactly typical for Barn Finds. It’s not advertised as a “find” and even if it were, it would probably garner scant attention. Nevertheless, it’s an interesting little car and one not seen often… more»

1 of 400: 1995 Geo Metro Solectria Force EV

There will be an audible gasp among fans of unusual EV conversions and a very loud audible sigh among gas-powered muscle car fans with this one. I’m a fan of both types of vehicles but I almost always gravitate… more»

Custom Dually: 1993 Geo Metro Dually Pickup

Ummm… so yeah. Well, this is an unusual one. How much time do I have left? (looking at the director) I actually thrive on oddball vehicles like this 1993 Geo Metro dually pickup, so when an anonymous Barn Finds… more»

Rally Or Baja Edition? 1991 Geo Metro

The Metro was an interesting little car that was marketed by GM as a Geo Metro and then a Chevrolet Metro in North America. They came in a few different configurations but I have never seen a Rally Edition… more»

Harley-Davidson-Powered 1991 Geo Metro

The much-loved/hated phrase “Drop an SBC in it!” has a slightly different meaning here. This 1991 Geo Metro convertible has a new crate Harley-Davidson Evo 1,340 V-twin under the hood, or partially under the hood. This crazy custom can… more»

Needs Batteries: 1994 Geo Solectria Force EV

“Needs batteries”. How many times have we seen that in relation to a car like this unusual 1994 Geo Solectria Force EV? Many times, but it’s an interesting car it can be found here on eBay in Ludlow, Massachusetts…. more»

Legroom Notwithstanding: 1991 Geo Metro LSi

Tiny: check. Convertible: check. 3-cylinders: check. Inexpensive: check. Automatic: screech.. dang. Well, 4 out of 5 ain’t bad. This 1991 Geo Metro convertible isn’t perfect but for $3,000 or offer it would be a fun little car, if a… more»

This Geo Metro Has Only Covered 33k Miles!

This 1995 Geo Metro is a vehicle that perfectly encapsulates the concept of economy commuter transport as envisaged by vehicle manufacturers in the 1990s. While it is capable of holding its own on the highway, it was a vehicle… more»

Tiny Barn Find: 1991 Geo Metro LSi

The seller of this 1991 Geo Metro LSi convertible says to “Think barn find”. I like that idea. This little red devil can be found listed here on eBay in beautiful Bradenton, Florida with a current bid price of… more»

Double Trouble: 2-for-1 Geo Metro Convertibles

The latest installment of Car and Driver‘s highly entertaining periodic series “Battle of the Beaters” chronicles the editors’ adventures with four Geo Metro hatchbacks, each purchased for between $1,000 and $1,250 and all from the same seller. The thrashing that… more»

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