The Geo Tracker is a mini SUV that has been manufactured by Chevrolet under the name Geo since the late 1980s. Beginning in 1999, Chevy began manufacturing the Tracker under the Chevrolet name. Geo Trackers manufactured from 1990-1999 can be purchased for prices ranging from $600 - $2,200, depending on the condition of the vehicle and mileage. The low cost of the vehicle helps drivers save on Geo Tracker auto insurance. From 1990-1998, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) gave the Geo Tracker a rating of 2 in front impact crash tests (driver), meaning that in the event of a head on collision, there is a 35-45% chance of serious injury to the driver of the vehicle. For these same years, the NHTSA gave the Geo Tracker a rating of 3 in front impact crash tests (passenger), meaning that, in the event of a head on collision, there is a 20-35% chance of serious injury to passengers of the vehicle. Additionally, from 1999-2004 (the Geo Tracker under the Chevrolet name), the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) gave the Tracker an "Acceptable" rating in front crash tests, which is the second highest rating that a vehicle can receive.
The Tracker is available in both a 2-door wagon and 2-door convertible body style. The convertible body styles are available in hardtop and convertible. Both the hard top and convertible Tracker body styles come in base and LSi trims. All models of the Tracker come equipped with a 1.6-liter, 4-cylinder engine (80-95 hp.). Until 1996, the Tracker was only available in a 5-speed manual transmission, but in 1996 a version of the Tracker with a 4-speed manual transmission was put on the market. Since its inception, the Tracker came equipped with anti-locking rear brakes. The 2-door convertible has a wheel base of 86.6 inches, an overall length of 143.3 inches, a cargo volume of 32.9 cubic feet, and a curb weight of 2,246 pounds. The 4-door wagon has a wheel base of 97.6 inches, an overall length of 158.7 inches, a cargo volume of 45.9 cubic feet, and a curb weight of 2,434 pounds. Both trims seat four passengers, and beginning in 1996, all Geo Trackers included dual airbags, which help reduce Tracker car insurance quotes. Additionally, in 1996, a new set of options became available for Tracker vehicles, which included 4-wheel anti lock braking, and a 4-door wagon model was introduced to the market.
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