The compact SUV Geo Tracker was produced from 1990 through 2004. In Canada it was sold by GMC while in the United States it was sold by Chevrolet. It was sold by Pontiac as the Sunrunner until 1997. The Tracker was basically a rebadged Suzuki Escudo.
The 4WD, 2-door, convertible version was seen by many buyers as a less-expensive alternative to the Jeep Wrangler. By 1997 a four-door, four-wheel drive hardtop version was introduced.
Power was supplied from a 1.6-liter SOHC engine, later changed to a 2-liter engine in 2003. A manual gearbox was standard while the automatic was standard. A two-wheel drive version became available in 1991.
In 2004 production ceased for the Chevrolet Tracker. It was replaced with the Equinox.By Daniel Vaughan | Mar 2006