Chevrolet Tracker Models and Tracker History

A compact sport utility vehicle constructed in co-operation with Suzuki, the Chevrolet Tracker featured an attractive price and available four-wheel drive. Prior to 1998, the Tracker was part of the small-car oriented Geo brand. Featuring a convertible soft-top two-door and a hardtop four-door variant, the 1998 Chevrolet Tracker was equipped with a cabin large enough to fit four adult passengers. Powered by a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine producing 95 horsepower and 98 pound-feet of torque, the 1998 Tracker was available with two-wheel or four-wheel drive train. The Chevrolet Tracker’s full-time four-wheel drive system was designed for serious off-road performance. Air conditioning and dual front airbags were standard on the 1998 Tracker.

 

For 1999, a number of changes appeared on the Chevrolet Tracker. In addition to a revised front headlamp and grille design, the compact sport utility vehicle received a rack and pinion steering system delivering better on-road turning control. An optional powerplant was also added to the 1999 Tracker in the form of a 120-horsepower 2.0-liter engine. The larger engine became standard power for 2001 while an all-new V-6 engine was introduced as the Chevrolet Tracker’s optional powerplant. Generating 155 horsepower and 160 pound-feet of torque, the 2.5-liter V-6 engine was only offered on the four-door version of the 2001 Tracker. The 2001 model year also introduced Chevrolet’s ZR2 off-roading package giving the Tracker an eight-inch ground clearance and skid plates for enduring rough trails.

 

During the Chevrolet Track’s final year of production in 2004, buyers were limited to the four-door model powered by a standard V-6 engine. Production of the Chevrolet Tracker ended after the 2004. 11 years after the last Tracker was sold, Chevrolet re-entered the compact utility vehicle market with the Trax crossover.


New and Used Tracker Prices, Chevrolet Tracker Model Years and History

A compact SUV with seating for five, the four-door 2004 Chevrolet Tracker is offered with 2WD or 4WD and is powered by a 2.5L 165 hp V6.
A compact yet surprisingly rugged SUV, the 2003 Chevrolet Tracker is available as a two-door with a convertible top or a four-door with a hardtop.
A compact, yet surprisingly sturdy SUV, the 2002 Chevrolet Tracker is offered as a four-door with a fixed roof or a fun two-door with a convertible soft-top.
The 2001 Chevrolet Tracker is a compact SUV that can seat five passengers, is available with 2WD or 4WD, and is offered as a two-door convertible or four-door hardtop.
The 2000 Chevrolet Tracker is a compact SUV that gets nearly 30 mpg on the highway and is available as a four-door or a two-door with a convertible top.
The 1999 Chevrolet Tracker is a compact SUV that is available as a four-passenger, two-door with a removable soft-top or a five-passenger, four-door hardtop.
A compact SUV with seating for four, the 1998 Chevrolet Tracker is fit with a 1.6L engine which achieves over 20 mpg in the city and on the highway.