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The Best little 4x4 for the money
by honeybucket truckdriver handle from colorado | June 27, 2007
I'm in love with my 1993 GEO Tracker. I live in colorado and was looking for a jeep cj when I fell into the deal of my life with this tracker I am so glad I bought It . This little 4x4 has been trouble free and a good four wheeler have been in the mountains on many occasions and had a great time with my tracker it has good to excelent turning radius. It is very easy to work on if your a backyard shadetree mch. Wouldn't trade mine for ten of the other small suv's. Mine has 176528 miles on it and is still going strong, this is with regular maintaince.