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  The GEO Tracker was introduced as a "badge engineered" version of the Suzuki Sidekick in 1989. Both vehicles were built at the CAMI plant at Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada. CAMI Automotive, a joint venture between GM of Canada and Suzuki Motors of Canada, was founded in 1989 and is responsible for the manufacture of several models of vehicles. "J1" GEO Trackers and Suzuki Sidekicks were produced from the beginning and continued almost unchanged until 1998. In 1998, the Tracker dropped the GEO name and started displaying just the Chevy name and bowtie. In 1999, along with major styling changes it became the "J2" Tracker with the Chevy nametag. The Sidekick was renamed to "Vitara" with the four door model being known as the "Grand Vitara". 2004 was the last year for USA production Trackers.

Tracker Relatives

Suzuki Escudo - the original, a remake of the Samuri model, introduced in 1988 for the Asian market, the four door is called the Grand Escudo

Suzuki Sidekick - for USA and some other markets 1988 to 1998

Suzuki Vitara - USA and some other markets, two door model, 1999 to 2004

Suzuki Grand Vitara - USA and some other markets, four door model, 1999 to present

Suzuki X-90 - USA and some other markets, a two door "car" version, 1996 to 1998

GEO Tracker - USA and some other markets, 1989 to 1997

Chevy Tracker - USA and some other markets, 1998 to 2004

GMC Tracker - Canadian and some other markets

Pontiac Sunrunner -

Asuna Sunrunner

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