1996 Geo Tracker
85,474 Miles
$7,000

Portland, OR
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1994 Geo Tracker
172,502 Miles
$4,996

Osseo, WI
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1990 Geo Tracker
148,644 Miles
$4,999

Osseo, WI
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1994 Geo Tracker
224,429 Miles
$3,995

Osseo, WI
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1997 Geo Tracker
169,716 Miles
$5,990

Osseo, WI
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1996 Geo Tracker
153,672 Miles
$3,985

Osseo, WI
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1997 Geo Tracker
175,465 Miles
$5,990

Osseo, WI
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1997 Geo Tracker
152,568 Miles
$5,995

Osseo, WI
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1996 Geo Tracker
177,376 Miles
$4,999

Grants Pass, OR
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1994 Geo Tracker
211,259 Miles
$5,900

Jackson , MO
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1996 Geo Tracker
96,000 Miles
$3,490

Tucson, AZ
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1989 Geo Tracker
85,000 Miles
$7,500

Moscow, ID
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1996 Geo Tracker
91,298 Miles
Accepting Offers

Lathrop, CA
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Geo Tracker Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.6
Value
4.4
Performance
2.6
Style
3.0
Comfort
2.8
Fuel Economy
4.2
Maintenance
4.6

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Geo Tracker Owner Ratings & Reviews

1993 Geo Tracker - One of the best cars ever created. A gem of a vehicle.

Kentwood, Michigan
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
Quite simply, if you need a vehicle that will get you from point A to point B, even if point B is across a river, over fallen trees, and on top of a mountain, this is likely the vehicle you want. This little Suzuki has never once left me stranded and I have taken it across the entire country and back. It has 180,000 miles on it. Just this week we tore it all the way down to the pistons in order to install a torque cam for better performance towing, and even better MPG. The engine is like brand new internally after almost 200,000 miles! The best MPG I have ever gotten was 45. I average about 33 MPG with the AC on. My vehicle is a 4x4 with a 5 speed manual transmission. I love this vehicle and will never get rid of it. I am tempted to build a copy of the frame out of stainless steel,... (more)
Story
The most fun I have had in my Tracker / Sidekick is when I took it on a trip from Michigan (home state currently) to California and back, with an extended stay in AZ. My partner and I slept in the vehicle all the way there and back. I left it idling with the AC on the entire time. We had a blast, and the little 1.6L never gave up. Even loaded with two larger adults and enough gear to live off ... (more)
Pros
Small and cute. Unstoppable off-road. Excellent MPG, especially for a truck. Speaking of truck, full ladder frame! This thing is fun to drive! It's like a side by side that is legal on the road. Absolutely incredible reliability. Can hold a lot of cargo for how small it is. Removable hard or soft top is awesome fun in the summer!
Cons
Road noise! This vehicle isn't quiet when traveling at high speeds on the highway. Thin steel rusts through easily. However, this can also be a pro because it is lightweight. I honestly can't think of any other cons.

1995 Geo Tracker - It made me money.

Moraine, Ohio
Overall
5.0
Value
3.0
Performance
1.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
4.0
I really love the gas mileage, and also the fact that it is higher up off of the ground than most other cars, but still small. It is the most perfect delivery vehicle I could ask for. It was also very cheap, and is very cheap to work on. A lot of smaller, non-essential things break over time, but mechanically she is running great.
Story
It is a convertible, so I get a lot of waves from people. One time I had an officer pull up next to me and laugh because he heard what I was listening to on my radio…
Pros
Manual Stick Shift Drop Top Great Turning Radius
Cons
Doesn't Go Over 75 mph Belts Squeal Constantly In The Cold Overall Safety Of The Vehicle

1995 Geo Tracker - Excellent for difficult weather.

Bangor, Maine
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
Living in Maine, it was phenomenal to have an agile car with 4 wheel drive to make it through the most difficult conditions. In five years of driving it up and down a terribly unfriendly driveway I may have only been stuck in snow once. The mileage has always been good roughly 27 mpg in rural areas and 30 on trips, the transmission only became a little hitchy four years into owning the vehicle, there is great room for either bringing friends places or moving things. At over 250,000 miles, I took this car on numerous trips from Maine to Vermont, often in difficult weather, without having any problems. For repairs, I did need to get breaks repaired, and at one point needed to patch an exhaust pipe, but these things are typical of any car that has aged. All in all it has required less th... (more)
Story
I'm not that into car culture, so I can't particularly say I identify it as a member in many of my stories. I to remember once using it in the middle of the night to help jump start my girlfriends friend's car so she could make it to a bus on time. I, and my tracker, were a last resort solution and we came through.
Pros
Top positives are the four wheel drive, ability to fold down seats and carry large amounts of items, gas mileage, and overall dependability of the vehicle. The number of repairs that have been necessary on my Geo Tracker have been minimal, and have generally been peripheral matters such as patching the exhaust pipe. Despite being a small and not necessarily cool car, it has function well in the northern new England roads. It can hold up better than many other jeep-type vehicles I've driven in similar situations. As a mini-SUV that packs 5 speeds, it is as solid as one can hope for this br... (more)
Cons
There are some negatives that relate to the compactness of the vehicle. While I am comfortable in it for short trips, I would often find myself hunching forward a little after a long drive and getting a bit of lower back pain and back spasms. On the highway, to my surprise the car feels like it can get blown off the road by the wind, it requires two hands on the wheel at all times. It definitely doesn't feel at home on the highway, shifting into 5th gear and getting to 65 mph feels like you are maxing the car out. But again, it is not generally intended for extended highway usage. The win... (more)