The Geo was GM's attempt to compete with small car and SUV imports that quickly gained popularity throughout the 1980s. Formed in 1989, Geo was a subdivision of Chevrolet until 1998, when its most popular vehicles got absorbed into the Chevy line. Known for small, efficient vehicles like the Prizm, which was based on the Toyota Corolla, Geo enjoyed success throughout the early 1990s. Over time, however, GM realized that Geo was perhaps taking customers away from its main product lines and discontinued the brand.

If you're looking for an extremely affordable used car that still has a few years left in it, a Geo may be right for you. Learn more about Geo's three most popular vehicles by browsing the selections below.

Popular Used Geo Models


Tracker - The Tracker was a quirky all-wheel-drive compact SUV that continued under the Chevrolet name until 2004.

Prizm - The Prizm was a collaboration between GM and Toyota based on the Toyota Corolla. It enjoyed great popularity for several years thanks to its reliability.

Metro - The Metro was a super small hatchback designed for fuel efficiency. In fact, the vehicle's great gas mileage is one of the reasons it's still sought after today.

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Geo Metro
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Geo Prizm
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Geo Storm
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Geo Tracker
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