Introduced in 1989 as a subdivision of General Motors’ Chevrolet division, Geo models were introduced to combat the small import influx into the market that occurred in the 1980s. Ultimately, Chevrolet discontinued the marque in 1997, but models from the make did persist under different monikers until 2004. Looking to appeal to a variety of buyers, Geo models included compact sedan, SUV, sports car, subcompact, and three- and five-door hatchbacks.
Together with Toyota, Suzuki, and Isuzu, Chevrolet brought the Tracker, Prizm, Metro, Spectrum, and Storm to market. Buyers seeking a used Geo for sale have the opportunity to locate the vehicle of their choice through auto auctions.