2003 GMC Safari
97,805 Miles
$5,870

Lima, OH
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2000 GMC Safari
126,890 Miles
$5,500

Rochester, IN
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2003 GMC Safari
158,096 Miles
$6,500

Saint Charles, MO
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1999 GMC Safari
142,253 Miles
$3,021

Schaumburg, IL
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1994 GMC Safari
113,280 Miles
$1,499

Clear Lake, IA
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1997 GMC Safari
80,390 Miles
$4,970

Pekin, IL
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1998 GMC Safari
133,520 Miles
$4,841

Monroe, LA
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2000 GMC Safari
145,567 Miles
$3,999

Machesney Park, IL
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2003 GMC Safari
167,758 Miles
$5,450

Wayne, MI
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1998 GMC Safari
190,420 Miles
$3,900

Chesapeake, VA
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1998 GMC Safari
271,241 Miles
$2,497

Warsaw, IN
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1998 GMC Safari
56,781 Miles
$11,998

Clinton, MO
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2002 GMC Safari
130,383 Miles
$5,200

Garfield, NJ
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2003 GMC Safari
102,100 Miles
$8,995

Bloomington, CA
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2000 GMC Safari
198,174 Miles
$5,995

Carrollton, TX
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2000 GMC Safari
210,000 Miles
$3,995

Newhall, CA
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1998 GMC Safari
149,000 Miles
$2,495

Marion, IA
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2001 GMC Safari
125,054 Miles
$3,995

Orlando, FL
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GMC Safari Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.3
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.3

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GMC Safari Owner Ratings & Reviews

2003 GMC Safari - Great Minivan!

Denver, Colorado
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
5.0
I live in Denver Colorado where the weather is anything but predictable. With my 2003 GMC Safari AWD, I am able to tackle the road in any condition. With the mountains so close by, roadtrips are a must. This minivan has more than ample room for me and my friends on roadtrips - not to mention all the room left over for our snowboards! This minivan is great on the highway, great in town, and definitely great up on the mountains. Handling is pretty easy. At first I was nervous about the size, but it handles very well. It's a very agile car and can tackle the curves just fine. It does take a bit to accelerate uphill, but once you get it going on cruise control, it's pretty easy. The AWD is a dream, especially in Colorado with all the different terrain. GMC makes dependable cars, and ... (more)
Story
We have taken this minivan for an epic snowboarding trip from Colorado Summit County to Jacksonhole! It was great! A nice size for 5 adults and all of our snowboarding gear.
Pros
I love the size of this car and how well it handles the road despite its size. The AWD is a must and I appreciate the freedom it gives me.
Cons
It does use more gas, but that is typical. Sometimes it is a bit harder to accelerate uphill.

1998 GMC Safari - Very happy with

Spokane, Washington
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
3.0
Liked the color. It was big and roomy. Having back doors and the sliding side door makes it good for work. I do construction work and need something to carry tools and materials. It will hold a couple of ladders with no problem.
Story
Was able to haul a dresser for my Mother without having to rent a trailer. She was very happy to have it moved.
Pros
The fact that it has a heater that blows out in the back area of the van and not just up by the front seat makes it very comfortable in the winter. The air conditioning also blows out in the back area is also an advantage. It has room enough to carry plaster board which are usually 8 foot long and 4 foot wide. It is a 4x4. The seats are easy to take out or put back in if necessary. It does not have a lot of rattles for a vehicle that has so many miles on it. The tinted windows are nice. It has very nice upholstery, comfortable and easy to clean.
Cons
It had close to 200,000 miles on it when I bought it. The drivers window does not roll down like it should. The paint job is chipped. Have had some trouble with the radiator overflowing.

2001 GMC Safari - Awesomely built family vehicle

Savannah, Tennessee
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
This vehicle is an awesome vehicle it has taken trips all around the southeast and Southwest for camping, bringing home items for home improvement. Easy to maintain. Easy to put a car camper on. We have had this vehicle since 2005 and have had no troubles at all with it. Easy for dogs to get in and out of
Story
I use this vehicle now to take my forestry equipment out to the farm and have my dogs in, plus I can take my family out there. Which allows us to cook out over the fire.
Pros
That it is built on a truck chaise for towing That the seats come out and can be used for cargo vehicle Can drive many places Safe vehicle to have your children in Easy to put a Thule (Car Carrier) on top of
Cons
The passenger seat does not go far enough back Not enough leg room on passenger side That the wheel well is up on the driver and passenger side foot space Not easy to get to the sparkplugs or easy to change the oil Difficult to teach your children driving in Only one side sliding door Challenge sometime for older people to get into