1990 Vandura Weight Specs


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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