The Chevrolet Tracker is The Covenant Car Company Incorporated’s (TCCCI) all-new model. A subcompact crossover with distinct style and performance, Chevy Philippines wants its customers to “find new roads” with its crossover. It comes in 2 variants, the LS, and the sportier LT Redline.
Similar in size to the Chevrolet Trax, it features a youthful and modern exterior that makes it an attractive proposition to customers that want a touch of style and substance. It features an elongated body in comparison to the Trax, plus it gets LED headlights and a sharp front fascia that is similar to the Malibu midsize sedan. The rear features sleek rear lights filled with LEDs. The vehicle also rolls on up to 17-inch wheels, and it gets up to xxx mm of ground clearance. The Redline variant will get special trim pieces and accent colors that will add a touch of sporty style to the crossover.
Aside from its ravishing exterior, Chevy has outfitted the Tracker with a push start system, engine start-stop for fuel efficiency, a panoramic sunroof, and also the Chevrolet MyLink infotainment system with Apple CarPlay.
Generous space and convenience allow for multiple occupants to ride comfortably. The Tracker seats up to 5 individuals, and it comes with a spacious cargo area that comes in at 1372 liters with all the rear seats folded.
Powering the Tracker is a 1.0-liter turbocharged engine that produces 114 hp, and 175 Nm of torque. There are three cylinders pumping away inside the Tracker, and that is mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission.
As for price and aftersales, the Tracker will get a P30,000 discount for its introductory price, and customers will get a 5-year warranty from TCCCI. The suggested retail price of the Tracker is P1,142,888, for the LS, and P1,242,888 for the LT Redline.