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2002 Chevrolet Tracker OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS
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I feel it's reliable and strong
When I first saw this car it only had 80,000 miles on it and for being 10 years old that was great. It's a tannish color and has a few scrapes and scratches but the coloring makes that barely noticeable. It's smaller looking and compact but when I get inside it's very comfortable and roomy. The seats can come down in the back, making it easier to haul larger items. It has very large windows all over so it makes the driving comfortable and secure with very little blind spots. I enjoy driving it very much but it's only a four cylinder so it doesn't go very fast quickly. Unfortunately when I took it in it had quite a bit of outdated parts that needed fixing such as the wheel bearing, belts, u bolts and others. It has four wheel drive and works wonders in the snow and off road. It has recently had a broken oxygen sensor, which has been causing it to eat a lot of gas. I also have had some problems with the back windows sticking and the front door key not working very well. It has held out very well for me for 3 years now and I plan to have it much longer.
West Bend, Wisconsin
ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR
When the dealership I went to had a Tracker for sale, I jumped on it. I had an older 1994 Geo Tracker which was a pretty cheap and fun vehicle to use. And the fact that this tiny SUV had 4WD was a plus. However, even though I was impressed with the outward appearance of my Chevy tracker 2002, once driving it and realizing what it would to fix it, I was in a world of hurt three years later. After paying off the car ($6,000) it had a series of problems. Brakes, sensors, cheap plastic parts falling off. But I blame myself since I went for a used car with 90 miles on it.