Geo Tracker Year To Year Changes

Year Changes
1991 Trackers were originally offered as rear-drive / 4WD models. This year, Geo added the 2WD convertible, available only with a 5-speed manual transmission. All Trackers rear anti-lock brakes. Standard 4WD and base convertibles got new black bumpers, door handles, and bodyside moldings. Base models kept manual hubs, but LSi Trackers got automatic-locking hubs.
1992 Tilt steering wheel was a new option.
1993 The only changes were new colors and revised radio controls.
1994 California & New York Trackers got a different engine: a 95-horsepower 1,6L 16-Valve engine (4-valves per cylinder).
1995 All 4WD Trackers adopted the 95-horsepower engine.
1996 All Trackers added dual airbags and a 4-door wagon was available for the first time. The 4-door measured 11 inches longer in wheelbase and 15 inches longer overall than the convertible. Trackers also had a revised front-end look and new wheels. Three-door hardtop bodies were gone. New options included 4-wheel antilock braking, which worked in both 2- and 4-wheel drive.
1997 The upscale 2-door LSi convertible was dropped for 1997. Meanwhile, the base convertible gained a folding rear bend seat as standard equipment.
1998 Tracker puts on a Chevy bow tie badge and loses its top LSi trim level for 1998. Other changes are minimal. An all-new Tracker, again under the Chevrolet name, was waiting for 1999.