I bought my Tracker in 1998 and it has been fun, reliable and a work horse. It has traveled across the country...twice. Seen both east coast and west coast. Gone up mountains and through deserts. It has 146,000 miles and still running strong today. Only problem is its rusting and the parts are becoming hard to fine. It still a great car and I would love to buy another one new.
Reliability, fun to drive, its excellent gas milage 23 in city driving and 30 on the highway.
by consumers and press. I bought mine
new and had the car shipped to the UK
in '98. While stationed over there, I
truly enjoyed the Tracker qualities.
With gas prices at $5 per gallon I
never worried about gas bills. Also,
it was so easy to park at the local
shopping malls or drive in the city. I
had the car shipped to several places
and is still performing flawlessly.
Main concern is with GM dealership
service/customer experience. I just
bought a new Accord instead of a GM
product because such poor experience.
Regardless of GM I would recommed this
car just because of the excellent built
and troble free experience.
fuel consumption, ease to park, cheap
to service and maintain.
ride, passenger capacity from 4 to 5,
no push button to open the gas/back
door from the inside.
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