Compact, yet tough and sturdy, is a great way to describe Chevy’s smallest SUV, the 2001 Chevrolet Tracker. Available in two and four-wheel-drive configurations, in two door Convertible and four door Hardtop body styles, the Tracker features a base 127 horsepower 2.0-liter L4 engine mated to a 5-speed manual transmission with overdrive. It’s offered in Base, LT and ZR2 trims. Safety features include driver and passenger-side airbags and ABS brakes. Luxury equipment includes air conditioning, cruise control, keyless entry, power controls and AM/FM/CD audio.
The Tracker moved under the Chevrolet nameplate for the 1998 model year when the Geo brand was discontinued. Trackers are built in Canada by CAMI, Inc., a joint venture of General Motors and Suzuki. The Suzuki Vitara is built on the same platform. The Tracker was updated in 1999 with new interior and exterior, new 4-wheel drive system, and a new engine.