2000 Chevrolet Tracker 2 from North America
Stay away!! this vehicle is trouble waiting to happen
Transmission failed just after warranty ran out,$2000.
Many gasket leaks, some minor, some major.
Noise from rear end, not sure of source. got rid of it before I had to find out the hard way.
Heater fan stopped working, but started again.
Replaced link bolts.
Plus the usual stuff, brakes, exhaust. etc.
I bought this vehicle used, but it was like new and never abused by us. I bought it because as far as I know it is made by Suzuki for GM and heard they are suppose to be pretty reaiable. shame on whoever made it, it is a piece of crap, it self destructed around the 5 year mark and the warranty on it is poor 3yrs/60,000 and that's for everything. Maybe I just got a lemon, but I won't be finding out the hard way again, i will never own a GM or Suzuki again.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 12th September, 2005
8th Jan 2009, 17:21
I bought my 99 Tracker 2X4 as a repo in 2004 for $3800.00. I replaced a rear main seal 1 year later, otherwise no repairs just great service.
I often pull a utility trailer with wood and misc cargo. The 4 cyl gets 25 hwy, 20 city.
On the strength of this vehicle, I bought a 2003 Suzuki Grand Vitara V6 loaded for $12,500.00. 25 hwy, 15 city. Nice to have all toys, but not any better a vehicle.
I love my little 99 4 banger. Not a power house or a cad, but a great dependable utility vehicle.