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Grand Vitara 2nd Gen Vehicle Specifications


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Grand Vitara -Introduced in 1999 designated by 4 doors, upgraded trim packages, and a V6 engine. Click here for more. grand_vitara_01_137.jpg (8342 bytes) GENERAL Vehicle Type Four-Door, Hard Top EPA Vehicle Class Sport-Utility Powertrain Layout      (2WD) Front Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive      (4WD) Front Engine, Rear/Four-Wheel Drive Body Structure Ladder Frame with Boxed Rails Body Material Steel, Body-on-Frame Seating Capacity Five SUSPENSION Front Independent MacPherson Strut, coil springs, stabilizer bar Rear Rigid Five-Link Coil Spring, solid axle STEERING Type Power Rack-and-Pinion Ratio 20.5:1 Turning Diameter, Curb-to-Curb 34.8 ft. (10.6 m) Turning Radius 17.4 ft. (5.3 m) Number of wheel turns stop to stop (power) 3.8 BRAKES Type Power / Hydraulic Front Ventilated Disc Rear Drum Parking Brake Lever-hand operated WHEELS AND TIRES Wheel Type Steel or Aluminum Alloy Wheel Size 16 x 7 in. Tire – Type All-Season, Steel-Belted Radial Tire – Size P235/60R15 Spare Size Full-Size RESTRAINT SYSTEM Airbags Driver and Front Passenger Safety Belts Three-Point Front and Rear Outboard, Two-Point Rear Center Lap ENGINE Type 2.5 Liter, 24-Valve, 4-Cam, V6 Block Material Aluminum Alloy Induction System Multi-point Electronic Fuel Injection Displacement 152.1 cu. in. (2.5L) Horsepower (SAE net) 155 hp @ 6,500 rpm Torque (SAE net) 160 lb.-ft. @ 4,000 rpm Bore x Stroke 3.31 in. x 2.95 in. (84 mm x 75 mm) Compression Ratio 9.5:1 DRIVETRAIN (Manual Transmission) Transmission Type Five-Speed, Synchronized Clutch Type Single Disc Gear Ratios:      1st 3.704      2nd 2.020      3rd 1.368      4th 1.000      5th 0.802      Reverse 4.472 Transfer gear ratios      Low (4WD) 1.816      High 1.000 Differential Ratio 4.300 DRIVETRAIN (Automatic Transmission) Transmission Type Four-Speed with Overdrive Torque Converter Lock-Up Gear Ratios:        1st 2.452      2nd 1.452      3rd 1.000      4th 0.689      Reverse 2.212 Transfer gear ratios      Low (4WD) 1.816      High 1.000 Differential Ratio 4.875 CAPACITIES Engine Oil 5.2 U.S.qts. (5.0 L) Fuel Tank 17.4 U.S. gal. (66 L) Engine Coolant 8.5 U.S. qts. (8.0 L) AutomaticTransmission Fluid 7.5 U.S. qts. (7.1 L) Transmission Oil      Manual (2WD) 2.9 U.S. qts. (2.7 L)      Manual (4WD) 2.9 U.S. qts. (2.7 L) Differential Gear Oil      Front 1.1 U.S qts. (1.0 L)      Rear 2.3 U.S. qts. (2.2 L) Transfer Gear Box Oil 1.8 U.S. qts. (1.7 L) Towing 1500 lbs. EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS   Wheelbase 97.6 in. (2480 mm) Tread Width      Front 59.1 in. (1500 mm)      Rear 59.1 in. (1500 mm) Overall Width (Body) 70.0 in. (1778 mm) Overall Length 164.6 in.(4180 mm) Overall Height 68.5 in. (1688mm) Minimum Running Ground Clearance 7.5 in. (190 mm) Approach Angle 32o Departure Angle 29.2o INTERIOR DIMENSIONS Headroom (front/rear) 39.9 / 39.6 in. Legroom (front/rear) 41.4 / 35.9 in. Shoulder Room (front/rear) 52.8 / 52.6 in. Hip Room (front/rear) 50.7 / 46.8 in. Rear Cargo      Length 47.6 in.      Width 43.5 in.      Height 38.2 in. EPA Cargo Index (Rear Seat Up/Down) 21.0 / 44.6 cu. ft. Interior Volume 103.7 cu. ft. WEIGHTS (2WD) (4WD) Curb Weight      Automatic 3064 lbs. (1390 kg.) 3197 lbs. (1450 kg.)      Manual 3064 lbs. (1390 kg.) 3197 lbs. (1450 kg.) Gross Vehicle Weight 3990 lbs. (1810 kg.) 4123 lbs. (1870 kg.) Gross Axle Weight      Front 1874 lbs.(850 kg.) 1984 lbs. (900 kg.)      Rear 2315 lbs.(1050 kg.) 2337 lbs.(1060 kg.) EPA FUEL ECONOMY (2WD) (4WD) Manual (City / Highway) 19/22 19/21 Automatic (City / Highway) 19/21 19/21 Estimated Highway Range
(JS w/5 spd. manual) 383 miles


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