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2001 Chevrolet Tracker Transmission 4 Speed Automatic

2001 Chevrolet Tracker Transmission 4 Speed Automatic

If you're in the market for a new vehicle, a new 2001 Chevrolet Tracker is the right choice for you. The updated model is available with either a four-speed automatic or a manual transmission. Depending on your needs, the manual transmission may be the best option for you. If you're considering an automatic transmission, the four-speed auto might be the better choice.

This car is powered by a 1.6-liter SOHC four-cylinder engine. It has two trim levels, the base convertible and LSi. The latter has special red/black bucket seats, air conditioning, tinted glass, rear window wiper/washer, and chrome rally wheels. It's also four-wheel drive and available in automatic and manual transmission options. Listed below are some of the Tracker's highlights.

The Tracker is an excellent option if you're on a tight budget. Despite its lightweight design, it has truck-like underpinnings that provide a smooth ride and remarkable durability. Even with the automatic transmission, you'll still be able to find plenty of cargo space. And the new rear hatch can even hold an extra tire. But it won't be an ideal option for a family car. Instead, a Tracker is a great option for a first car or a second home.

The new Tracker's front end resembles the Chevy truck. The grille and headlamps are surrounded by thick chrome strips. The Chevrolet bowtie logo is bolted to the grille. The new Tracker will be a featured vehicle in Chevrolet's "like a rock" commercials. Despite the increased size, the Tracker behaves much like a small sport ute. The engine noise from the turbocharged four-cylinder engine is filtered into the cabin. However, it doesn't sound that bad. The tires generally warm up quickly.

The Tracker has a new front end, and the GM bowtie logo is bolted to the grille. Its interior is similar to the Grand Vitara and has a new interior that has been revised to match the Tracker's style. It is a great choice for a family. The new model is also a great option for a family.

The tracker is an all-wheel-drive vehicle with a 4-speed automatic transmission. Its redesigned front end resembles a Chevrolet truck. The rear end has a soft vinyl cargo cover and swing-out door. The spare tire is hidden by a hard plastic cover that opens to expose a soft vinyl cargo cover. The cargo area is covered with a black fabric material and is covered with a gray cloth.

The 2001 Chevrolet Tracker is a two-door, two-wheel-drive crossover. It competes in the mini-sport utility market. Its four-door, two-wheel-drive body has the same price as the previous-generation Tracker. Both are compact crossovers. The first generation was sold in North America as the Tracker, while the second generation was marketed as the Suzuki Grand Vitara in Latin America.

2001 Chevrolet Tracker Transmission 4 Speed Automatic