About Chevrolet Tracker
The Chevrolet Tracker is divided into three terms, which are known as the American edition since 1988, the model produced and marketed in South America and Russia since 2013, and the crossover in the Chinese and Latin American market starting in 2019. It was classified as a mini-sized SUV produced by Chevrolet, but consulting its off-road performance and the body style, it was closer to a light truck. The first-generation model was equipped with a 1.6 L G16 (LS5/L01) I4 engine which could produce an output of 80 hp (60 kW). The second-generation Chevy shifted to a 1.6 L L01 I4 in 1999 and was given two more types, including a 2.0 L J20A I4 with the power of 130hp and a 2.5 L H25A V6 producing 155hp. When it comes to 2019 in China and Latin America, three petrol engines were offered as an option, including a 1.0 L turbo I3, a 1.2 L L4H turbo I3, and a 1.3 L L3Z turbo I3.
For the North American market, the first-generation Chevrolet Tracker was offered three types of transmission: the 5-speed manual, the 3-speed GM TH180 automatic, and the 4-speed Aisin 03-72LE automatic, while the 3-speed typed was removed in 1999, the second generation. For the 2013 Chevy sold in South America and Russia, a 5-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic or manual were available with the Chevrolet Tracker components. Then, for the 2019 crossover edition sold in China and Latin America, a 6-speed manual or automatic or DCT was offered for different trims. We, as one of the biggest parts suppliers in the US, provide the Chevrolet Tracker parts for our customers on our websites, and they are all manufactured by the OEM or the authorized industries.
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The components, as well as the constructions installed on the Chevrolet Tracker, are a little different from other parallel models. Since the chassis of the car is more similar to that of a light track, the Chevy is distinct from other types of light sport utility vehicles on the market. It was bolstered by a sturdy off-road all-wheel-drive system, which is opposed to its appearance of a comfortable passenger sport utility vehicle. Also, other equipment is also closer to that of the light trucks, which gives the vehicle a truck-like ride. The second-generation model was shifted to a lightweight automobile-type rack and pinion steering, and customers could choose from the wheelbases of 86.6 inches (2,200 mm) for the 2-door edition or 97.6 inches (2,479 mm) for the 4-door edition.
The Tracker nameplate is used in many models, so you may feel confused about the different models using a similar nameplate. But we can solve this problem for you. Our goods are classified clearly in terms of trim levels and they are all delivered by the brand's industry. So, be free to visit our website and search for the information you need at any time. Also, you can consult us if you have any problems with your parts.