1990 GMC Suburban SLE 2WD Loaded

1990 GMC Suburban 4x4 383/450 HP

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  • Finding genuine GMC Suburban parts is often not as easy as you would imagine. Of course, if you own a GMC Suburban, or if you service them in your auto repair shop, then you already know that. GMC Suburban owners are passionate about their vehicles. That's why you rarely see one modified. In most cases, the owner strives to find identical replacement parts to keep the classic look of their GMC Suburban intact.

    1985 GMC Suburban Heavy Duty 2500 ¾ ton strong 350CI engine started and idles good. Can move in forward and reverse but can't road test because it is not currently registered. The front disc brakes are sticking but engine is strong enough to move it anyway. Will need to be towed.

  • Early morning at a boat ramp brought out a couple of interesting vehicles with some very notable features. The GMC Suburban 2500 Sierra Classic pictured above uses a naturally-aspirated 6.2 liter Detroit diesel for motivation. This particular engine produced 130 horsepower at 3600 rpm and 240 pounds-feet of torque at 2000 rpm during the time of its introduction while later models gained 13 horsepower and 17 pounds-feet of torque. A two wheel drive half-ton suburban from 1985 could achieve 15 MPG in the city and 22 MPG on the highway while a comparable Suburban equipped with the five liter V8 could muster only 12 MPG in the city and 16 MPG on the highway, showing the more economical nature of the diesel. Diesels were connected to a three speed automatic or a four speed manual. Suburbans of this iteration had a lengthy production beginning in 1973 and concluding in 1991…

    From 1973 to , the GMC Suburban shared much of its appearance and even its product name with the Chevrolet full-sized sport utility vehicle. Based on the GMT400 full-size truck chassis, the 1998 GMC Suburban was situated on a 131.5-inch wheelbase offered in 1500 and 2500 level versions. Depending on the interior layout, up to nine occupants hold ride inside the 1998 Suburban. Available with rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, the standard powerplant for the 1998 GMC Suburban was a 5.7-liter Vortec V-8 engine. Besides the 255-horsepower base powerplant, customers were also presented with the choice a 290-horsepower 7.4-liter V-8 as well as a 6.5-liter turbocharged diesel engine.

    1966 GMC Suburban
    Also called GMC Carryall
    Model years 1960–1966
    Body and chassis
    Body style 2-door SUV
    Layout Front engine,
    rear-wheel drive / four-wheel drive
    Platform C/K series

    230 cu in (3.8 L) I6 (63–65)

    235 cu in (3.9 L) I6 (60–62)

    250 cu in (4.1 L) I6 (66)

    292 cu in (4.8 L) I6 (63–66)

    305 cu in (5.0 L) GMC V6 engine

    283 cu in (4.6 L) 175 hp (130 kW) V8 (60–66)

    327 cu in (5.4 L) 220 hp (164 kW) V8 (66)[13]
    Transmission 3-speed synchromesh manual, 4-speed synchromesh, Powerglide[13]
    Wheelbase 115 in (2,921 mm)[13]
    Length 199.5 in (5,067 mm)[13]
    Width 79.5 in (2,019 mm)

  • 1973–1991
    Also called GMC Suburban
    Chevrolet Veraneio (Brazilian version)
    Model years 1973–1991 (1989–1996 in Brazil)
    Assembly Flint, Michigan
    Janesville, Wisconsin
    São Caetano do Sul, Brazil
    Body and chassis
    Body style 4-door SUV
    2-door SWB SUV (Brazil)
    4-door Pickup Truck (Brazil)
    Layout Front engine,
    rear-wheel drive / four-wheel drive
    Platform C/K series
    Related Chevrolet K-Blazer/GMC K-Jimmy
    Chevrolet/GMC C/K
    Engine Diesel:
    4.0 L straight-4 Maxion S4/S4T (Brazilian version only)
    5.7 L (350 cu in) V8
    6.2 L (379 cu in) V8
    4.1 L straight-six (Brazilian version only)
    5.7 L (350 cu in) V8
    6.6 L (400 cu in) V8
    7.4 L (454 cu in) V8
    Transmission 3-speed automatic
    4-speed automatic
    3-speed manual
    4-speed manual
    5-speed manual (Brazil)
    Wheelbase 129.5 in (3,289 mm)
    Length 219.1 in (5,565 mm)
    Width 79.6 in (2,022 mm)
    Height R10: 72.0 in (1,829 mm)
    V10: 73.8 in (1,875 mm)
    R20: 74.3 in (1,887 mm)
    V20: 76.1 in (1,933 mm)

    A four-speed electronic automatic transmission with overdrive would be paired with any of the three chosen Suburban powerplants. With the 5.7-liter V-8 engine, maximum towing capacity for the GMC Suburban was rated at 6,500 pounds. Suburban 2500 models could tow up to 10,000 pounds when properly equipped. For the 1998 model year, OnStar was offered for the first time on the GMC Suburban. On four-wheel drive versions of the Suburban, the AutoTrac transfer case was optional configured to automatically engage four-wheel drive when needed.

1990 GMC Suburban SLE 2WD Loaded

The 1998 GMC Suburban is a full-size sport utility vehicle with a seating capacity that can handle up to nine passengers. The Suburban is available with RWD or 4WD. Power is provided by a 5.7L V8 engine producing 255 hp and 330 lb-ft of torque. A four-speed automatic is linked to this engine and helps the Suburban to an 18 mpg highway fuel economy rating.