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Produced in Canada, the Geo Tracker sport-utility (SUV) was a mini-suv introduced in 1989 and based on the Suzuki Sidekick. A low-cost option to compete with Jeep, the Geo Tracker was originally designed as a two-door with either a convertible or hard top, and a five-speed manual transmission and four-wheel drive. In 1996, the four-door model was adopted. This two- and four-door vehicle was named an SUV, but was actually certified as a "light truck" based on the chassis, due to its off-road abilities. The Tracker was the longest running model for the Geo line.
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1993 Geo Tracker | 2 Door Convertible
“Great Service - Installed in 20 minutes! Great Price too! Right at my home! Very happy!”
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