The Geo and Chevrolet Tracker was positioned at the entry-level end of the sport/utility market and was designed for young first-time buyers who prized driving fun, sporty appearance and fuel economy. Key competitors included the Jeep Wrangler, Isuzu Amigo and the Tracker's second cousin, the nearly identical Suzuki Sidekick.

Year-to-year changes[edit | edit source]

1991[edit | edit source]

The Tracker came in one shape only, a 2-door, but in three flavors: a 2-wheel-drive convertible, a 4-wheel-drive convertible and a 4-wheel-drive hardtop. The two trim levels were base (2wd and 4wd) and LSi (available with 4wd only).

The one and only engine for 2wd models remained the 80-horsepower 1.6-liter sohc inline 4-cylinder. The standard transmission was a 5-speed manual. A 3-speed automatic with a new brake-transmission safety interlock was optional.

Four-wheel-drive models featured a 2-speed manual-shift transfer case and automatic locking hubs for shift-on-the-fly operation.

1995[edit | edit source]

The Tracker saw a number of small but significant improvements for 1995. On the outside, convertible models had a new easy-opening top (the front half was used to fold back like a sunroof, or the entire top was used to stow for open-air driving). Hardtop models now came with standard rear washer/wipers. In addition, two new exterior colors were available.

Inside, new dual cup holders have been added to the standard console. Under the hood, the 95-horsepower 16-valve version of the 1.6-liter sohc 4-cylinder engine was now standard on all 4-wheel-drive models.

1996[edit | edit source]

All of the 80-horsepower engines were replaced by not only all 95 hp engines, but also a brand-new 4-door SUV, available as a 2-wheel-drive or 4-wheel-drive, and also as base and LSi models.

After 1997, all of Geo's cars were renamed as Chevrolet vehicles.

Retail prices[edit | edit source]

As of December 17, 1993:

  • $11,015 (1994 Geo Tracker 2DR Convertible)
  • $12,285 (1994 Geo Tracker 2DR Convertible 4WD)
  • $12,445 (1994 Geo Tracker 2DR Hardtop 4WD)
  • $13,650 (1994 Geo Tracker LSi 2DR Convertible 4WD)
  • $13,915 (1994 Geo Tracker LSi 2DR Hardtop 4WD)

As of late 1994:

  • $11,670 (1995 Geo Tracker 2DR Convertible)
  • $12,935 (1995 Geo Tracker 2DR Convertible 4WD)
  • $13,015 (1995 Geo Tracker 2DR Hardtop 4WD)
  • $14,305 (1995 Geo Tracker LSi 2DR Convertible 4WD)
  • $14,485 (1995 Geo Tracker LSi 2DR Hardtop 4WD)

As of December 21, 1994:

  • $11,920 (1995 Geo Tracker 2DR Convertible)
  • $13,185 (1995 Geo Tracker 2DR Convertible 4WD)
  • $13,265 (1995 Geo Tracker 2DR Hardtop 4WD)
  • $14,555 (1995 Geo Tracker LSi 2DR Convertible 4WD)
  • $14,735 (1995 Geo Tracker LSi 2DR Hardtop 4WD)

As of August 1, 1995:

  • $13,870 (1996 Geo Tracker 2DR Convertible)
  • $14,450 (1996 Geo Tracker 2DR Convertible 4WD)
  • $12,970 (1996 Geo Tracker LSi 2DR Convertible)
  • $14,880 (1996 Geo Tracker LSi 2DR Convertible 4WD)
  • $14,570 (1996 Geo Tracker 4DR)
  • $15,320 (1996 Geo Tracker 4DR 4WD)
  • $14,970 (1996 Geo Tracker LSi 4DR)
  • $15,710 (1996 Geo Tracker LSi 4DR 4WD)

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Video Clips[edit | edit source]

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Geo Tracker 2DR Softtop SUV

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