The 1990 Vandura was a cargo van offered by GMC. The Vandura was available as a half-ton (Vandura G1500), three-quarter-ton (Vandura G2500) and one-ton (Vandura G3500) van. The weight designations are a carryover from when trucks were rated by their actual payload rating. Today, they are nothing more than marques. Powered by an array of V-8 and V-6 engines, the 1990 Vandura was equipped with either a three- or four-speed automatic transmission.
1990 GMC Vandura G1500 Curb Weight
The 1990 GMC Vandura G1500 rode on a 110-inch wheelbase and had a curb weight of 3,799 pounds. The Vandura G1500 Extended, which rode on a longer wheelbase, weighed in at 3,935 pounds.
1990 GMC Vandura G2500 Curb Weight
In 1990, the GMC Vandura G2500 was available in four trims: base, Heavy Duty (HD), Extended and Diesel. The base and HD trims had a curb weight of 4,476 pounds. The Diesel was 4,291 pounds, and the Extended was 4,799 pounds.
1990 GMC Vandura G3500 Curb Weight
The 1990 GMC Vandura G3500 HD diesel rode on the extended 125-inch wheelbase and had a curb weight of 4,783 pounds.
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