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The Geo Metro began its compact car-life as the Suzuki Swift. This small economy car was produced in Canada and was available in North American from 1989 through 2001 as Suzuki and General Motors (GM) combined for this joint effort. In the United States, this supermini had the Geo nameplate until 1997, then a Chevrolet nameplate until 2001. At various points, the Metro was a three- and five- door hatchback and a four-door sedan. A convertible was available briefly, but was quickly phased out.
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1994 Geo Metro | 4 Door Hatchback
“Repairman was actually early which was fine. He did a great job and cleaned up afterwards. Unfortunately I was not asked for my insurance info and had to pay for the whole thing out of my pocket instead of just having to pay for my deductible. Now I will have to go through my insurance agent to see if I can get a reimbursement.”
1991 Geo Metro | 2 Door Convertible
“service was great. came right to my house. done within an hour. nice to be dry again.”
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