The ’90s are and always will be a nostalgic time period for many car collectors. Several iconic came and went during the decade. Many of these cars are still talked about to this day as well. But the decade also brought forth some truly forgettable cars from many companies including General Motors (GM).
While GM of course brought several big hits to the table, this wasn’t always the case. Indeed, the company released some outright stinkers that drivers have long forgotten. We looked at 25 GM cars from the ’90s that car enthusiasts let go of years ago via Jalopnik below.
25: Chevrolet Tracker
The Chevy Tracker was a compact SUV that had great bones but no personality. Back before compact SUVs were car-based, you had the Tracker. It was an authentic SUV design. The redesigned 1998 model lost a lot of the ruggedness as GM phased out the Geo brand.
The Chevrolet Tracker is one of the most well-known and universally disliked SUVs (via Cars.com) on the road. The second generation was prone to quality flaws and was quickly outclassed by the massively popular Toyota RAV4 and Honda CRV. Both SUVs changed the way drivers thought of compact sport utilities. However, the Tracker remained stagnant.