How much horsepower does a GMC Safari have?

190 hp @ 4,400 rpm
Used 1998 GMC Safari Specs & Features

Cylinders V6
Base engine type Gas
Horsepower 190 hp @ 4,400 rpm
Torque 250 lb-ft @ 2,800 rpm

Is the GMC Safari a truck?

Like the similar Chevrolet Astro, the Safari is GMC’s long-lived midsize van; both date back to 1985. The truck-based Safari remains available in passenger and cargo-carrying versions and with either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive.

What year is GMC Safari?

Chevrolet Astro

Chevrolet Astro/GMC Safari
Production 1985–2005
Assembly Baltimore Assembly, Baltimore, Maryland
Body and chassis
Class Van

Is GMC Safari reliable?

GMC Safari Reliability Problems Safari owners have made 43 complaints over 16 model years. Using our PainRank™ system we’ve ranked it 4th in overall reliability out of 15 GMC models , with real engine and electrical concerns.

What engine was in GMC Safari?

Vortec 4300 4.3L V-6 engine
Safari’s power is derived from its standard Vortec 4300 4.3L V-6 engine delivering 190 horsepower (142 kw) at 4400 rpm and 250 lb. -ft (339 Nm) of torque at 2800 rpm. That’s the most torque and one of the highest horsepower ratings in Safari’s class.

When did they stop making GMC Safari?

After 20 years on the market, GMC concluded production of the truck-like Safari minivan in 2005 as the small passenger van segment shifted to car-based models.

Is the GMC Safari a mini van?

Vehicle overview This is one of the very few minivans (GMC calls it a midsize) on the market that can combine more than 5,000 pounds of trailering capacity with room for eight people.

How many miles do Astro vans last?

Chevy Astro vans tend to be very reliable. These vans were built primarily for commercial use and they have the same reliability and longevity that you would expect from other commercial trucks and vans. If you take care of them they should have no problem lasting over 200,000 miles.

Who makes the safari van?


Is a GMC Safari AWD?

190-hp, 4.3-liter V-6. Available AWD. Choice of rear-door layout.