Body dimensions of GMC Suburban

Body length of GMC Suburban for all modifications is 5575 (mm).

Parameters of bodies for standard modifications:

5.7 AT 4WD (1992 - 1999):

  • Number of doors: 5;
  • Number of seat: 9;
  • Wheelbase: 3340 (mm);
  • Road clearance: 180 (mm);
  • Width: 1956 (mm);
  • Length: 5575 (mm);
  • Height: 1910 (mm).

Body characteristics:

The main characteristics of the car body include: wheelbase, road clearance, overall width and overall length.

For some vehicles, the wheelbase may not be the same for the right and left wheels (the difference can be several tens of millimeters), this is due to the design features of the Suburban and does not adversely affect the driving performance of vehicle.

Features of measuring clearance:

When determining the Suburban clearance, central part means a rectangle whose length is equal to the length of vehicle, and width is limited to two straight lines, spaced 100 (mm) from the inner surface of wheels.

Important: in some cases, the value of wheelbase of vehicle may vary slightly when operating with certain types of independent suspension, for example, with trailing arms.



General parameters of GMC Suburban bodies
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Minimum overall length of vehicle for different modifications of GMC model

Measured in millimeters (mm)

Length max (mm) spravka
Minimum overall length of vehicle for different modifications of GMC model

Measured in millimeters (mm)

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The number of Suburban modifications in our database

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Parameters of GMC Suburban bodies
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Body parameter

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Parameter value is either in (mm) or in other units

5.7 AT 4WD (1992 - 1999)
Number of doors:5
Number of seat:9
Wheelbase:3340 (mm)
Road clearance:180 (mm)
Width:1956 (mm)
Length:5575 (mm)
Height:1910 (mm)

Warning: the above data are official figures of the manufacturers, however, it should be borne in mind that the information is for reference and does not guarantee unambiguous accuracy.