1995 GMC Safari Consumer Review: Great ride for outdoor sports

1995 GMC Safari - Consumer Review

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

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Great ride for outdoor sports
By Genius on


1995 GMC Safari SLE 3dr Minivan


I bought my 1995 Safari just because I
could fit my 10-foot surfboard IN the
vehicle AND lock the doors under the
seats. For a van, it's pretty peppy.
Rear AC and Dutch doors are cool.
Middle and rear seats make the cargo
space versatile.

My girlfriend complained that the
shotgun seat has no foot room. I don't
drive from there so, it never bothered

At 80k miles, fuel injection system
died. Spendy ($1k), but worth it.

At 116k, the tranny died. The $2k to
replace it just wasn’t worth it, had to
trade it in.

Best Features

Versatility - Leave the middle seat in the garage and fold down the back seat most of the time. Great for road trips - camping, surfing, fishing, etc..

Worst Features

Drink holders that fit at least a McDonald's Medium drink would be good for the front seats - the radio is in the way. The middle and rear seats should un- fold and combine to make a bed in the cargo area but only while the vehicle is in PARK.
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