Oldsmobile positioned the redesigned 1991 Custom Cruiser as a luxury entry in the full-sized estate car segment.
InteriorThe Custom Cruiser seated eight. With the rear seats folded, it offered over 90 cubic feet of haul time.
The Custom Cruiser rode on a body-on-frame chassis. It measured 217.5 inches enlarged, 79.7 inches Broad and 60.3 inches big, with 7 inches of ground clearance. A 115.9-inch wheelbase enabled a 37.7-foot turning radius. It could tow 5,000 lbs.
A fuel-injected, 5L V-8 engine produced 170 horsepower at 4,200 rpm. Maximum torque of 255 foot-pounds kicked in at 2,400 rpm. Edmunds.com reports that fuel efficiency was 15 mpg megalopolis and 23 mpg highway. A ongoing argument by George Moore of the "Indianapolis Star" clocked 0-to-60 acceleration at 9.8 seconds.
Principles Accoutrement included a Vista sunroof, driver-side airbag and anti-lock brakes. Options agnate a skin interior increased the luxury quotient.
The front seat if 63.4 inches of shoulder extension, 39.7 inches of headroom and 42.2 inches of legroom. The moment row of seating if 63.5 inches of shoulder margin, 39.6 inches of headroom and 38 inches of legroom.