After overcoming the obstacles caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, General Motors has just launched the all-new 2021 Chevrolet Tracker in Argentina. The latest-generation subcompact crossover reaches the Argentine market four months after its regional launch in Brazil, aiming to capitalize on the changing market conditions in the South American country.
As such, Argentina becomes the third country in the world where the new Chevrolet Tracker becomes available, following China and Brazil – where the new GEM platform upon which the Tracker is based was developed. With the 2021 Chevrolet Tracker, GM aims to become the best-selling utility in South America, something it is already achieving in Brazil thanks to the new model’s unbeatable combination of design, safety, connectivity and performance.
“The new Tracker innovates because it is an SUV that provides everything the consumer really values, without compromise,” said GM South America President, Carlos Zarlenga, in an official press release. “In addition, it offers technologies that make daily life much more practical and safe, such as Wi-Fi and collision alert with automatic emergency braking,” he added.
At first, the 2021 Chevrolet Tracker will be available in Argentina in three versions: Tracker, LTZ and Premier. All feature a high level of equipment and are equipped exclusively with the most powerful engine available in the vehicle, the turbocharged 1.2L LIH three-cylinder with 133 horsepower and 155 pound-feet of torque. The engine can be coupled to either a five-speed manual transmission or a six-speed automatic.
In addition to introducing the latest design language for Chevrolet SUVs, the new Tracker stands out for offering extensive levels of technology and safety equipment. This includes six standard airbags, electronic stability control, automatic emergency braking, blind spot alert and a high-definition rear camera. Connectivity takes place via Chevy’s latest infotainment system along with OnStar service with 4G LTE Wi-Fi.
The all-new 2021 Chevrolet Tracker is now available in Argentina, where it offers a three-year warranty and seven exterior colors. With this launch, GM commences the export process of the new Tracker from the GM São Caetano do Sul plant – currently the only facility supplying Latin America.
Prices in Argentina are as follows:
- Tracker (manual): 1,361,900 ARS (about $19,080 USD at the current exchange rate)
- Tracker (automatic): 1,503,900 ARS ($21,070 USD)
- Tracker LTZ: 1,643,900 ARS ($23,030 USD)
- Tracker Premier: 1,819,900 ARS ($25,500 USD)