2002 Chevrolet Tracker 2.0L 4-cyl. 4x4 5-speed Manual Consumer Review - Very Good Value For The
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2002 Chevrolet Tracker - Consumer Review

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Very Good Value For The Money
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2002 Chevrolet Tracker 4WD 4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl 5M)

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At $14,000,the Tracker is a very good value. Good handling, adequate power, good gas mileage (22 to 28 mpg), and nicely equipped even with no factory options. However, that the Tracker is no CR-V or RAV4. Its ride is considerably busier, the quality of the materials is inferior and the rear seat is tight. Buyers who are considering more upscale Trackers (LT or ZR2) should be aware that the fancier Trackers, even with the big-time rebates, are approaching CR-V prices and I can attest that my CR-V outclasses my Tracker in many respects. People who want an inexpensive 4X4 will probably be pleased with a base Tracker.

Favorite Features

Value for the money on base models with current rebates, easy manuverability, good gas mileage, nice standard audio system.

Suggested Improvements

Improve quality of interior plastics, integrate rear wiper controls onto a steering stalk (the dash buttons are a pain to use), provide a single-swipe feature on the windshield wiper stalk, redesign heater/ac controls (high effort slide levers), standard tires not well suited for snow.
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