Unexpectedly Righteous: 2001 Chevrolet Tracker ZR2
When it rains, it pours…right? And around this website, when I post something strange, people always find a stranger example of the same car. The other day we featured a 2002 Suzuki Vitara — complete with a manual gearbox and GM/Suzuki’s shared body-on-frame truck chassis…but then, a tipper sent in the GM version — a Chevy Tracker with a manual gearbox, all-wheel-drive AND the ZR2 package too boot. But frankly, the most curious thing about the entire vehicle is how shockingly well preserved it appears to be. Like it drove through a worm hole from 2001 and right into my heart. Find this 2001 Chevrolet Tracker ZR2 offered for $8,600 in San Mateo, CA via craigslist. Tip from Matt.
From the seller;
2001 chevy tracker
title status: clean
Hello everyone, iam selling my adult owned driven with respect well maintained owned with pride Rare 2001 Chevy Tracker convertible ZR-2 with only 89,000 original miles it’s fully loaded 4×4 5speed manual comes with the complete tow package to be hauled or to haul, the ZR2 packages comes with all the options and everything is in perfect working condition as you can tell by the photos it’s been very well cared for it has been babied, Its all original and rust free, as you can tell the interior has always been covered to preserve its condition, the interior is in outstanding shape, it’s in great mechanical condition as well no issues has brand new tires as well and the top is in excellent shape no leaks or rips or tears
Very nice condition. Chevy/GM filled a nice niche with Suzuki rebadged vehicles under the Geo nameplate. Haven’t seen a Geo Storm in years now. This one, incredibly well kept inside and out, a vehicle somebody really must have loved. Only thing I could imagine doing is trying to find a hard top to replace the soft top.
Showroom fresh condition and the styling has actually aged pretty well. It falls somewhere between car and Jeep Wrangler.
Yeah, Geo-badged vehicles have almost all disappeared with the exception of the Metro because it’s cheap and has insane fuel economy with that 3-cylinder. But eventually all the Metros will end up with motor swaps, racing in Lemons.