Chevrolet, through its official local distributor, The Covenant Car Company, Inc. or TCCCI, recently pulled the virtual warps off the all-new Tracker. Slated to compete in the hotly-contested small crossover SUV market, this latest addition to the American bowtie brand’s line up brings forth style, tech, and versatility to those looking to owning a capable car for the first time or those on the hunt for something to complement their main unit at home.
Sleek and sharp looks
First and foremost, the Chevy Tracker is a stunner to look at. Its range-topping Redline Edition, for example, boasts sharp, angular lines across its profile, giving it a youthful countenance, while a U-shaped surface on the hood is a bold touch that lends well to the front’s overall design. Squared-off LED daytime running lights, which double as turn signals, further enhance the Tracker’s striking fascia.
Strong black and red accents find themselves on the familiar front double grille, which is enhanced by a distinct horizontal red trim and a black Chevy bowtie emblem. This design element continues on the car’s black heated side mirrors which have a bright L-shaped red trim, and its 17-inch black alloy rims feature eye-catching red accents.