2004 Chevrolet Tracker ZR2 4WD 4dr SUV (2.5L 6cyl 4A)
I'm sick of professional reviewers
knocking the Tracker. The ZR2 is a
GREAT vehicle. With its good ground
clearance, low-range transfer case,
skid plates, and tight turning radius,
the ZR2 is fully off-road capable.
It's also nimble and zippy around town
and on the highway. Body lean is very
slight for its high ground clearance
and high profile (love that head room
and great visibility!), and the ride is
taut and firm. Noise levels are fine.
The V-6 offers plenty of power, and gas
mileage is decent (aboout 22 mpg). The
Tracker is built well and is very
Shift-on-the fly 4WD and low range are
great on steep jeep roads and in deep
snow and sand. Seats have been very
comfortable on a couple of 2,000-mile
road trips. Fold-down split back seat
is handy, and flat storage area with
both back seats down is great for
Our only complaint is that Chevrolet
opted for offering only an automatic
transmission with the V-6. We would
have preferred a 5-speed but wanted to
stick with a Chevy.
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