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The used 2000 GMC Safari Minivan is offered in the following styles: SLT 3dr Minivan AWD, SLT 3dr Minivan, and SL 3dr Minivan. Pre-owned Safari Minivan models are available with a 0-liter gas engine, with output up to 190 hp, depending on engine type. The used 2000 Safari Minivan comes with all wheel drive or rear wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 4-speed automatic.
What's a good price on a used 2000 GMC Safari Minivan?
Price comparisons for used 2000 GMC Safari trim styles:
The used 2000 GMC Safari SL is priced around $4995 with average odometer reading of 58273 miles.
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Review No vehicle that can tow 6000 pounds gets better MPG than this van. I bought the 2 wheel (not AWD) version for the mileage. I drive 75 on the freeway with the cruise on and with the city stop and go I get 19.5 mpg on every tank. Less of course if I tow my boat. I work as a mechanic and did not even bother to inspect the van for more than 10 minutes as the original owner had the maint. paperwork. The only things I have had to do is replace the metal strip that holds on the lower trim between the front and rear wheels cost $125. Plastic line cracked under the hood for heater fan selector- free fix and common problem. Oil cooler lines seep but who cares it is common + cheap fix if you do.