Year: 1992 Make: geo Model: tracker

Number Reviews 9
Average raiting 4

bubu
2010-11-05 07:00

This is a fun vehicle. It is to bad they stopped making it. People w/jeeps envy it. People always wanting to buy it. Wish I had a 2x2 better mpg. Avg mpg 27. Parts easy to find. Could use better front seats.

Average raiting - 4.8
comfort: 4    interior: 4    performance: 5    reliability: 5    safety:     technology:     value:    
trakinmd
2007-04-11 17:52

After getting this cute SUV, had problems with what I thought was the fuel injector. Replaced injector (not a cheap item) but vehicle still wouldn't run. Later found out that computer module had burnt out (yet again not a cheap fix). Replaced computer and now it runs and I love it. It's fun to drive, with the 5 speed tranny, but sometimes wish it had a V-6. Plenty of power, though, for a four banger. It's sporty, fun to drive and I always get compliments about it.

Average raiting - 3.8
comfort: 3    interior: 3    performance: 4    reliability: 4    safety:     technology:     value:    
tracker
2005-07-25 22:50

This thing is great. But lets be honest it is pretty old and parts are going to need to be replaced. My dad owned it first and I got it back in 1999. Until this past year I never had to do anything to the vehicle other than oil change. After 90,000 miles I had to replace the cpu $500. Now the power steering pump leaks and it needs tires. You can't get the thing stuck anywhere. I have pushed full size trucks out of ditches. Runs great no mechanical failures ever. They just rust a little too much. I would buy another without hesitation. If you can find one with under 70,000 miles jump on it, you wont be disappointed. Mine has 102,000 and only needs a little pwr steering fluid monthly.

Average raiting - 4.1
comfort: 3    interior: 4    performance: 3    reliability: 5    safety:     technology:     value:    
Rockitdoc
2005-03-27 02:33

Fist drove the thing on rocky carribean roads. I was so impressed, bought it as a second vehicle. I have had it for 13 years, and it still runs like a top, and can get out of most any mess I get it into off road. The only car that comes close is the Landrover Freelander for triple the price. I go a long way on a $20.00 bill.

Average raiting - 5
comfort: 5    interior: 5    performance: 5    reliability: 5    safety:     technology:     value:    
vilsha
2002-12-27 08:00

The worst car I ever had. Lots of problems, and they're expensive to fix. I bought it at 56Kmi 1 year ago; since then it had: front CV joint replaced ($300); water pump replaced; alternator replaced; power steering pump replaced (to do that, timing belt should be taken off!); computer replaced ($500); window mechanism replaced; hood opening handle broke apart. Two days ago the engine stopped - probably, computer again! Tomorrow it is going to the junk yard, and I feel relief! Several rust holes. The ride is rough. On hwy bumps I hit the ceiling with my head. The engine is very noisy - no overdrive! Gas tank is 10gal, and fuel economy is a disaster - 20MPG!

Average raiting - 1.8
comfort: 1    interior: 3    performance: 1    reliability: 1    safety:     technology:     value: