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Gmc Safari

Who the Hell Wants Socks? Our Fave Car Features for Father's Day

By Fred Meier on June 14, 2018

Let's just be honest: Father's Day gets lapped every year by Mother's Day. A common explanation is that if Dad (or Granddad, Stepdad, Husband, Partner Dad, "Mark," That Guy... Read More
How We Went From a Safari to an Expedition: Our Car-Shopping Journey

By Jen Burklow on May 15, 2018

It's hard to let go of the things we love, like kids ... or cars. But let them go we must. Such was the case for me and my husband when we (actually, he) finally admitted it was time to bid ... Read More
chicagotribune.com's view

By Jim Mateja on August 22, 1999

The GMC Safari is showing age spots. Along with the Chevrolet Astro van, Safari was GM's rear-wheel-drive response to Lee ... Read More
The Detroit News's view

By Anita And Paul Lienert on September 3, 1997

It's easy to overlook - or even have a field day criticizing - the 1997 GMC Safari SLT AWD mid-size van. The Safari's looks haven't changed much since its original design in 1985 an... Read More
KansasCity.com's view

By Tom Strongman on July 3, 1997

GMC's all-wheel-drive Safari minivan may be built on a truck, but it's outfitted as nicely as a car. That's a combination some folks prefer. From a functional perspective, it wor... Read More
The Detroit News's view

By Anita And Paul Lienert on March 13, 1996

You never made the switch from eight-track tapes to CDs. Your refrigerator is avocado and your carpeting is shag. And you're one of the few people not pining away to keep up with the pack and... Read More
chicagotribune.com's view

By Jim Mateja on February 4, 1996

To test your automotive mettle, please answer the following two questions: 1. What is a Safari? 2. Who produces a Safari? If your answers were 1) a trek through Africa; and 2) some guy n... Read More
washingtonpost.com's view

By Warren Brown on October 20, 1995

SAN ANTONIO -- I FOUND the Alamo, but was disappointed. Here was blood-consecrated ground enveloped by commerce -- parking lots, sandwich shops, hotels and trinket vendors. It was hard to fathom t... Read More