The 2003 Chevy Tracker is a compact sport-utility vehicle
that packs a big punch in a small frame. Though it has sporty
styling and a zippy attitude, one need only remember that
the 2003 Chevy Tracker is part of the same family as the
Suburban and Tahoe. In other words, the Tracker is every
bit a Chevy Truck, and with that in mind, customers should
know what to expect. The 2003 Chevy Tracker offers a good
value and a dependable ride, and it is presented in a number
of different configurations to satisfy customer needs.
The 2003 Chevy Tracker comes in three different models:
base, ZR2, and LT. The base model is offered as a two-door
convertible or four-door hardtop. The ZR2 is offered in
both two-door convertible and four-door hardtop configurations
as well, while the upscale LT is only available as a four-door
The 2003 Chevy Tracker is carefully designed to make maximum
use of its space. The rear compartment of the two-door model
comfortably accommodates full-size adults, while four-door
models offer up to 44.7 cubic feet of storage space with
the rear seats folded down.
Base models offer air conditioning, front bucket seats,
an AM/FM/CD player, tachometer and a digital clock. Uplevel
LT models and ZR2s add cruise control, remote keyless entry,
power door locks and more. For a little more privacy, deep
tinted glass can be added as an option.
The ZR2 appearance package gives the 2003 Chevy Tracker
a tough attitude, while the LT appearance package provides
a more refined look. Available features that will touch
up the look of individual Trackers include tubular side
steps, brush guard and fog lamps, ski and bike racks and,
for convertible models, a removable hardtop.
Not surprisingly, two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive configurations
are available on the 2003 Chevy Tracker. The type of power
buyers in the market for a small SUV are looking for is
spread over the entire Tracker lineup. The standard engine
on the base model (both 2-door convertible and 4-door hardtop)
is an efficient 2.0-liter inline L4, which dishes out 127
horsepower at 6000 rpm.
The ZR2 (four-door) and LT models add a beefed-up 2.5-liter
V6 with 165 horsepower at 6500 rpm. 5-speed manual transmission
is standard on the base model and the two-door ZR2, while
4-speed automatic transmission is standard on the LT and
optional on the base and two-door ZR2 model.
Safety and Security
The Chevy Tracker is given a responsive rear suspension
that features a five-link design to provide exceptional
road feel and a greater tread width for sure-footed control
and cornering. Power front disc/rear drum brakes and dual
front airbags are standard across the board. Antilock brakes
New for the 2003 Tracker
tinted glass (optional)
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