I can't wait to drive it everyday!
I have owned 2 Trackers-a 1995 and a 1991. Nothing went wrong with the 1995-at all. I just did the normal maintenance stuff.
I just recently got the 1991 and the exhaust had just been replaced.
Now there are minor electrical problems, but they are kind of funny. My horn is moody and sometimes doesn't work, and sometimes the dash lights won't come on unless I tap in that special place.
I just keep up on the regular stuff and both me and my Tracker stay happy.
I am a die-hard old-model, Geo Tracker fan. Every car cannot be made perfect for every single person. That's why they have levers to adjust the seats, controls, options, and other add-ons you can buy for comfort, like seat/back cushions, consoles, etc.
The ride may be bumpy, but if that is not what you enjoy and can have fun with, get something else. There is a type of vehicle made for different personalities out there.
I have never felt unsafe in my Tracker, nor have I ever wished I had another car. I don't know what I'm going to do when this style is gone-I don't like the newer Chevy Trackers.
At 13 years old and 166,000 miles, this jeep is unbelievably reliable. It still passes with power, can climb steep hills at good speed, is good on the highway, and still gets 210 miles per tank. It is worth every penny to keep it in good shape.
My next project is to replace the tires, get an alignment, new seat covers, 4x4 decals, and repair minor surface rust spots.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 2nd November, 2004