1992 Geo Tracker 4 cyl gas from North America
Excellent cruising car
The inside door handles broke on both sides.
Replaced the clutch 3 times due to hard driving.
The soft top isn't that well made.
Overall it's a great car, fun to drive and good on gas.
Excellent for winter conditions, but the only problem is there isn't enough after-market toys to choose from for the car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 27th September, 2000
Seems that some of the Geo models got less than perfect plastic interior pieces, I have seen a few comments going both ways. I had lots of problems with them breaking in my 94 Metro in less than a year, but in almost 10yrs my 93 tracker has yet to have a piece break.
I have gone through two tops, working on three. I expected better.
I have a 1994 Geo Tracker and I have gotten my tire caps stolen and my spare tire cover on the back stolen. It is true that it is easy to just unzip the back window and steal stuff which has happened to me. I have learned from experience of getting stuff stolen to not leave valuables in the car, and I lock my faceplate to my CD player in the glove compartment. I am just buying my second soft top replacement. I've had to replace the clip to my soft top and that's it, nothing else has broken. But take my advise on this, use synthetic oil! It works wonders, I've not had one problem with my engine (only my brakes).Other than that, I LOVE MY TRACKER!
The back window zipper is made very poorly. I have yet to replace the rest of my top on my '92, but the back window because of the zipper needs to be replaced. Aside from that, I love my Tracker. By the way there is a website called Morris 4x4 parts that sell a good variety of Tracker parts, including a small lock box that fits between the back seat and back door.
Google Suzuki off road and you will find a ton of after-market accessories, from bumpers to superchargers.