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Adding all-wheel drive to the 2004 GMC Safari STD Passenger Van also gets you a limited slip center differential. Though not used for pure off-roading, the mid-sized minivan that seats eight in three rows uses the AWD to handle tricky road situations capably. Added safety comes from 16-inch tires, 4-wheel disc and ABS brakes, and dual front airbags. The minivan earns three and four stars in front impact tests and five stars in side impact, but only a poor overall rating from the Insurance Institute. Traction control and side airbags are not available, but you can add a locking differential.
Automatic headlights and daytime running lights are other nice safety touches. Access to the rear seats comes via a manual sliding passenger side door, and access to the 40 cubic feet of cargo space is via dual rear doors. Dutch doors can be substituted, with a rear window that opens separately. A roof rack can also be added. Full power features, cruise control, tilt steering, intermittent wipers, air conditioning, and a radio are all standard on the base model, with options for remote entry, a CD player, and rear climate control.
This overview covers the 3 Dr STD AWD Passenger Van Extended trim only.
Please see our 2004 GMC Safari Overview for more information.
Looking for a Used Safari in your area?CarGurus has 275 nationwide Safari listings starting at $795.