Is the Geo Tracker reliable?

Is the Geo Tracker reliable?

Indestructable and Dependable They are rock-solid dependable (even if you loan them to a friend who happens not to know that cars need oil…) and will get you through any kind of weather. They’re not quick and the handling is what you’d expect for a tall, short SUV, but for the price they are unbeatable.

Who made the 1994 Geo Tracker?

Other ’94 improvements include colorful new interiors and a center console with cup holders. Produced for Chevrolet by Suzuki, the Tracker is sold by Chevrolet to compete with 4x4s such as the Suzuki Samurai.

What happened to Geo Trackers?

In the 1990s consumer interest in the economy compact market faded, and the last vehicle of the former Geo line, the Tracker, was discontinued in 2016….Geo (automobile)

Industry Automobile
Founded August 16, 1989
Defunct June 17, 1997
Fate Merged into Chevrolet
Headquarters Detroit, Michigan, U.S.

What is a 1994 Geo Tracker worth?

$122 to $860
The value of a used 1994 Geo Tracker ranges from $122 to $860, based on vehicle condition, mileage, and options.

Are Geo Trackers street legal?

The interior is fitted with the requisite safety gear and harness to go drag racing, but the ad also mentions the Geo having a standard seat belt for city driving. Yes, apparently it’s still street-legal, but at the track it’ll run a 9.8-second quarter-mile pass at 132 mph.

How much does a 92 Geo Tracker weigh?

2387 lbs.
Used 1992 Geo Tracker LSi Specs & Features

Curb weight 2387 lbs.
Height 65.6 in.
Length 142.5 in.
Maximum towing capacity 1000 lbs.

How long is a 1994 Geo Tracker?

142.5 in
Used 1994 Geo Tracker Specs & Features

Height 65.1 in.
Length 142.5 in.
Wheel base 86.6 in.
Width 64.2 in.