The 1995 GMC Safari features a 4.3-liter V6 engine and a choice between a four-speed automatic or manual transmission. The 2005 GMC Safari features the same engine, but no longer offers buyers the choice of a manual transmission. The 2005 model seats eight individuals and comes in 13 exterior colors.
The GMC Safari is a rear wheel drive vehicle with a 12-valve engine capable of produce 190 horsepower at 4,400 rpm. The engine produces a torque of 250 feet per pound at 2,800 rpm, with a 40.5-foot turning circle. The 2005 model features cruise control, speed-proportional power steering, air conditioning and dual vanity mirrors as well as an AM/FM stereo.
Some of the exterior color options available for the 2005 GMC Safari include Cadet Blue Metallic, Dork Toreador Red Metallic, Summit White and Pewter Metallic. GMC only offers two interior color options for this model, Neutral and Pewter.
The GMC Safari has a ground clearance of 6.8 inches and an exterior height of 75 inches. It is 77.5 inches wide and features a length of 189.8 inches. It runs of regular unleaded gasoline, featuring a fuel tank capacity of 27 gallons. The Safari has a maximum towing capacity of 5,400 pounds.