What Are the Engine Specifications of a 1998 GMC Jimmy?


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The 1998 GMC Jimmy's engine uses a 4.3-liter, V6 cylinder engine configuration and can generate up to 190 horsepower at 4,400 rotations per minute. The engine has a turning circle of 34.8 feet and can also generate 250 foot-pounds of torque at 2,800 rotations per minute.

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The 1998 GMC Jimmy engine uses regular unleaded gas and can store up to 19 gallons in its storage tank. The vehicle also has an EPA-estimated gas mileage of 14 and 20 miles per gallon for the city and highway, respectively. This gives the 1998 GMC Jimmy a maximum range of 266 and 380 miles per tank for the city and highway, respectively.

With the proper upgrades to its engine and drivetrain, the 1998 GMC Jimmy can also tow loads of up to 5,500 pounds. The vehicle can also carry up to 67 cubic feet of cargo, or a maximum of 30.2 cubic feet when all of its seats are in place. The vehicle's drivetrain also features a rear-wheel drive type configuration.

The 1998 GMC Jimmy has exterior dimensions of 67.8 inches wide by 64.9 inches tall by 177.3 inches long. The car's wheel base measures 100.5 inches, and it has a ground clearance of 8.1 inches.

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