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In 1989, Chevy subdivision Geo debuted a small, fun little 4x4 compact SUV: the Geo Tracker. The Tracker was an identical twin to the Suzuki Samurai, although the two models later parted ways. (The Samurai became the Suzuki Grand Vitara, while the Tracker became the Chevy Tracker and then the Suzuki Vitara.) The Geo Tracker top was available as both convertible and hard top options.
Convertible Geo Tracker tops were ideal for both day-to-day commuter drivers and light off-roading, both of which were popular activities among Tracker owners. The Geo Tracker soft top also helped earn it a reputation as a fun beach vehicle, particularly in sun-loving Southern California.
The Tracker top underwent a redesign in 1995 to make it simpler to remove. This affordable mini SUV also received a bigger engine. By 1997 the Geo mark had been folded back into the Chevrolet name, and the Chevy Tracker tops were only available for a few more years before the model was discontinued in North America.
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