The 2003 Chevy Tracker comes in three different models: base, ZR2, and LT. The base model is offered as a two-door convertible or four-door hardtop. The ZR2 is offered in both two-door convertible and four-door hardtop configurations as well, while the upscale LT is only available as a four-door hardtop.
The 2003 Chevy Tracker is a compact sport-utility vehicle that packs a big punch in a small frame. Though it has sporty styling and a zippy attitude, one need only remember that the 2003 Chevy Tracker is part of the same family as the Suburban and Tahoe. In other words, the Tracker is every bit a Chevy Truck, and with that in mind, customers should know what to expect. The 2003 Chevy Tracker offers a good value and a dependable ride, and it is presented in a number of different configurations to satisfy customer needs.
Vehicle: 2003 Chevrolet Tracker I looked at the chassis on a RAV4 and knew it wasn't what I wanted so I opted for the Tracker, which is more truck for the buck. It runs and rides like one (as would be expected), which is fine with me. Not fond of the plastic trim, radio or fan, but the overall package works- people like it, the engine's a breeze to work on if you need to, and the 'P' (power) switch works, adjusting the shift pattern to provide more power. It gets surprisingly good mileage- up to 25 mpg on the freeway at legal speeds. Too bad Suzuki gave up on the design, it was a classic.