Available in two-door convertible or four-door hardtop
versions, and in two- or four-wheel-drive configurations,
the 2002 Chevrolet Tracker is a whole lot of truck for not
a lot of money.
The 2002 Chevrolet Tracker gives consumers utility, performance,
capabilities, value and style, all at a reasonable price.
The 2002 Chevrolet Tracker offers three great
models capable of handling just about any task, on-road
or off. The base Tracker, along with the rugged ZR2 and
LT, give Tracker a lineup of models which offers Chevy Truck
toughness and durability.
New features for 2002 include: AM/FM/CD radio as standard
equipment; LT cloth on ZR2 seats; new ZR2 alloy wheels;
new LT and optional base alloy wheel; and four new exterior
colors Medium Green Pearl Metallic, Medium Red Metallic,
Light Bronzemist Metallic and Indigo Blue Metallic. Other
additions such as halo "see through" headrests
(four positions), front seat armrests, standard roof rack
on four-door models and drivers side adjustable lumbar
support make a great small utility even better.
The 2002 Chevrolet Tracker has a spacious interior
that allows plenty of room for friends and their
gear can be stowed in the instrument panel, the seat backs,
door pockets and center console. The rear compartment of
the two-door model comfortably accommodates full-size adults
and the rear seats can be folded and stowed away for even
more room. An optional rear lockable-storage compartment
can hold valuables, or can be removed for maximum cargo
On the outside, the Trackers sculpted flanks
and contoured edges are bold and distinctive. The ZR2 and
LT appearance packages give Tracker tough-looking and upscale
looks, respectively. Other available features which enhance
Trackers appearance include tubular side steps, brush
guard and fog lamps, ski and bike racks, and for convertible
models, a removable hardtop.
Powering both the LT and ZR2 is the 2.5-liter
DOHC 24-valve V6 engine that generates 155 peak horsepower,
while offering good fuel efficiency. Standard on the base
Tracker and available on the ZR2 two-door is the lively
127-horsepower, 2.0-liter 16-valve DOHC four-cylinder engine.
Both engines give Tracker the essential power desired by
small sport utility buyers.
Combining that power with the ladder-based frame on which
Tracker is built gives this Chevy Truck excellent on-road
manners and the ability to go just about anywhere off road.
Its frame and high ground clearance give the 2002 Chevrolet
Tracker many off-road advantages over its car-based competition.
Tracker also has achieved impressive crash test ratings.
Trackers confident road manners are the result of
precise power rack-and-pinion steering. Its highly responsive
rear suspension features a five-link design to provide exceptional
road feel and a greater tread width for sure-footed control
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