GeoGeo Cars and SUVs

In the late 1980s, General Motors decided to get serious about competing with small, affordable imports by introducing a new budget brand. Technically a subbrand of Chevrolet, Geo was a new brand that was made up of badge-engineered versions of cars built by Japanese manufacturers like the ones GM was trying to compete with. The brand only had a few models over the course of its run of about a decade before being absorbed into the Chevy brand. These models included the subcompact Metro which was based on the Suzuki Swift, the compact Prizm which was based on the Toyota Corolla, and the Tracker, a small SUV based on the Suzuki Sidekick (this was later renamed Chevrolet Tracker). There was even a sports car called the Storm based on the Isuzu Impulse. All of these cars represented something different from GM in the realm of affordable, efficient, reliable transportation.

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1997 Geo Cars
1997 Metro
39 - 44 MPG City / 43 - 49 MPG Hwy
$8,580 - $9,850
1997 Prizm
30 MPG City / 34 MPG Hwy
$12,840 - $13,485
1997 Tracker
24 MPG City / 26 MPG Hwy
$13,415 - $15,710
1996 Geo Cars
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1996 Metro
39 - 44 MPG City / 43 - 49 MPG Hwy
$8,380 - $9,730
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1996 Prizm
31 MPG City / 35 MPG Hwy
$12,495 - $13,145
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1996 Tracker
24 MPG City / 26 MPG Hwy
$12,970 - $15,710
1995 Geo Cars
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1995 Metro
$8,085 - $9,485
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1995 Prizm
$11,975 - $12,640
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1995 Tracker
$11,920 - $14,735
Past Geo Models
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1993 Storm
$11,530 - $13,495
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1989 Spectrum
$7,295 - $7,795