The 2004 Chevrolet Tracker continues the model that debuted under the Chevrolet banner in 1999 after the company decided to discontinue the Geo label in 1998. When it reentered the market in 1999, the Tracker changed its two-door Suzuki design to that of a four-door sport utility vehicle. The passenger seating increases from four to five. It also includes a standard five-speed manual transmission or you can get the optional four-speed automatic.
The 2004 Chevrolet Tracker serves as a four-door SUV and seats up to five people. It comes in three trims: Base, LT, and ZR2. The exterior standard features for the Base trim include a chrome grille, 15-inch alloy wheels with all-season tires, power steering, variable intermittent windshield wipers, and a rear intermittent wiper. The LT trim adds power locks, power windows, power mirrors, a roof rack, skid plates, and a rear defogger. The ZR2 trim has the same standard exterior features.
The exterior of the 2004 Chevrolet Tracker looks more like the typical SUV and less like a square box than earlier models. The front and rear bumpers are black and the edges have been rounded off to create a more aerodynamic look. The side molding gives it a slightly sporty look, and it features tinted rear and side glass cabin windows. It comes in seven youth-attracting colors, including bright yellow, but only offers one interior color.
The standard interior features for the Base trim of the 2004 Chevrolet Tracker include cloth bucket front seats, a 50/50-split folding rear bench seat, a cargo light, air-conditioning, and a four-speaker stereo system with an in-dash CD player. The LT trim adds premium cloth upholstery, a 12V power outlet in the front, cruise control, and a tilt steering wheel. The ZR2 trim adds front and rear floor mats. Cargo space with the seat in the upright position measures 23.4 cubic feet. When you fold the seat down, it increases to 50.2 cubic feet.