We check every car for any reports of:
- Damage or accidents
- Maintenance and inspections
- Mileage manipulations
- Import information
- Change of ownership
- Taxi or rental car use
- Open recalls of the manufacturer
Taxi or rental car use Open recalls of the manufacturer
Tracker in Brazil
Even though the Tracker was discontinued in the U.S. & Canada, the Tracker continued sales in Mexico and Brazil, although the model was face-lifted in 2005. For the 2006 model year, the silver GM logo was added on the front doors. The Tracker was finally replaced by the 4 cylinder versions of the already introduced Chevrolet Captiva Sport (Saturn Vue in the U.S and Canada, even though the Vue & Captiva are both built in Mexico) in the summer of 2008 because of rapidly falling sales due to its old design.
According to a 1995 report by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the 1991-1993 Two Wheel drive Geo Tracker had 21 driver fatalities for 66,210 registered vehicles, the highest incidence reported, at 3.2 per 10,000 vehicles. The 4×4 version, however, reported 48 driver fatalities for 271,355 registered vehicles (1.8 per 10,000). The IIHS states that the small utility class had a total of 366 driver fatalities for 2,144,891 total registered vehicles (1.6 per 10,000).