1998 GMC Safari Consumer Review: Safari Vans vs. the minivan ma
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1998 GMC Safari - Consumer Review

1998 GMC Safari

Average Consumer Rating

7 Total Reviews

SLE Passenger Minivan (4.3L V6 4-speed Automatic)

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Safari Vans vs. the minivan market
By rufrider on

Vehicle

1998 GMC Safari SLE 3dr Minivan

Review

We have had few problems with this van,
and it is our second of this style. We
have also owned a Toyota minivan, a
Chevy Regency,and SUV's. The interior
room is it's greatest advantage. In
comparison with the other minivans on
the market, it has more leg and head
room. The large area behind the rear
seat holds suitcases and ice chests
enough for a family for a 2 week
vacation (keeping these things out of
the seating area). We had this
advantage with a full size van but had
to deal with difficulty parking in
small spaces, and gas mileage.For the
most efficiency for the greatest amount
of space, we'll choose Safari again.

Worst Features

Power slide doors on both sides.Seats that are less difficult to remove.
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