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I would recommend this 4 1st time license driver.
by ranger from western pa | February 10, 2013
I purchase my tracker 13 years ago with 68,000 miles.I now have over 200,000 miles.The only thing I have replaced is the clutch at about 150,000 miles.Its great on gas and the 4x4 works wonderful,which is needed where I live during most of the winter.I am 5ft 7 200lbs. I would not recommend this vehicle for a tall person nor 4 a family car.Does not have A lot of power but excellent reliable work car that gets the job done.