As part of its massive rollout in Latin America, and a few days after its launch in Colombia, the all-new Chevrolet Tracker was formally introduced in Ecuador. A week after sales started in the country, General Motors announced all the details of the latest-generation Tracker for the Ecuadorian market, where it arrives as the most equipped and most aspirational crossover in its category.
The 2021 Chevrolet Tracker rises its positioning compared to the outgoing generation in Ecuador, due to the fact that it is offered with a higher level of equipment and incorporates yet-unseen features within the subcompact crossover category in this South American country. As such, its goal is to lead a transformation in the utility vehicle market with state-of-the-art items most valued by target customers.
“The all-new Tracker innovates because it is an SUV that provides everything the consumer really values, without restrictions. If offers technologies that make daily life much more practical and safer, such as Wi-Fi and collision alert with automatic emergency braking,” said Chevrolet Marketing Manager in Ecuador, Oswaldo León in a press release. “In addition, it has the true essence of an SUV with impactful design assets that accentuate its presence,” he added.
Unlike the previous generation that was marketed in Ecuador in LS and LT trim, the new 2021 Chevrolet Tracker goes on sale in LT and Premier trim levels. Both come standard with Chevrolet’s latest infotainment system with an eight-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, OnStar with on-board Wi-Fi hotspot, six airbags, electronic stability control and hill start assist.
As for the 2021 Tracker Premier, it introduces unprecedented features in its category such as Front Automatic Braking, Side Blind Zone Alert, automatic park assist, an HD rear camera, LED lights, a premium two-tone interior, wireless phone charging and a panoramic sunroof. In addition, Ecuadorian customers will be able to personalize their vehicle with the following accessory packages offered by Chevy: Sport, Safety, Adventure and Elegance.
Mechanically, the two Chevrolet Tracker variants are equipped with the turbocharged 1.2L inline-three engine that develops 132 horsepower and 141 pound-feet torque. The difference is that in the LT, the engine is matched to a five-speed manual gearbox, while the range-topping Premier includes a six-speed automatic transmission.
The 2021 Chevrolet Tracker is already on sale across the brand’s dealer network in Ecuador, with a five-year/100,000-kilometer warranty and a total of six paint colors to choose from: Blue, Black, White, Gray, Silver and Red. Here are the suggested retail prices for the Tracker in the Ecuadorian market:
- 2021 Tracker LT: $25,999 USD (the country’s official currency)
- 2021 Tracker Premier: $29,999 USD