2001 Chevy Chevrolet Tracker Owners Manual

Last update at 2021-12-30 10:55:03 pm By Tara Roy

The automaker offers a huge variety of cars to choose from, meaning it’s important to know the features you need. The Chevrolet Tracker has a 1.6L 4-cylinder engine and an automatic transmission.

The Tracker is a compact SUV with a smaller 2.4L inline 4 cylinder engine. It's also front-wheel drive, which makes it extremely maneuverable and easy to park in tight spots. The Tracker has plenty of cargo space for the things you need to haul around. It even has a rear spoiler to help it bounce over bumps on the road.

The Chevy Tracker is a compact car that features a metal roof, air conditioning and a digital display. Its engine has been turbocharged to produce 185 hp and gets 23 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway. The Tracker was made by Chevrolet, but it was discontinued in 2001 Chevy Chevrolet Tracker Owners Manual, including ABS, ABS/TCS and traction control. These are all important for controlling the vehicle during emergency braking or when there is a loss of traction.

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