If you’re looking for a little SUV — something smaller than today’s version of little SUVs — you may want to consider this. Here’s a 1996 Geo Tracker that’s in pristine condition — far nicer than the vast majority of Tracker models out there on the planet.
For those of you who don’t know, the Tracker was the General Motors version of the Suzuki Sidekick, later called the Suzuki Vitara. Although the Tracker was offered as a 2-door, this particular example is a 4-door — less fun, perhaps, but far more desirable if you’re interested in practicality.
And it likely has a long life left. The Tracker has earned a strong reputation for durability, but this particular Tracker hasn’t used up much of its lifespan, as it’s traveled fewer than 47,000 miles since it was purchased new back in 1996. It’s in fantastic shape, finished in red with a gray cloth interior and an automatic transmission, and it’s a really pristine example of this vehicle.
The lone drawback is the fact that it is, unfortunately, a 2-wheel drive model — meaning it won’t be able to do any real off-roading. Aside from that, this is a nice little SUV — smaller and more city-friendly than many of today’s offerings. It’s available at D&M Auto Sales in Placentia, California, south of Los Angeles, for $4,995. Find a Geo Tracker for sale