2010 Saturn Aura: Dimensions

Published dimensions indicated are without optional equipment or accessories. Additional accessories or equipment ordered at the customer's request can result in a minor change in these dimensions. All dimensions in inches (mm) unless otherwise stated.
Specifications ZZS69
XV Sedan 1SB
XE Sedan 1SP
ZZV69
XR-L Sedan 1SB
XR-L Premium Sedan 1SP
ZZX69
XR-L V6 Sedan 1SB
XR-L V6 Premium Sedan 1SP
A Wheelbase 112.30 (2852) 112.30 (2852) 112.30 (2852)
B Overall length 190.50 (4839) 190.50 (4839) 190.50 (4839)
Body width 70.30 (1786) 70.30 (1786) 70.30 (1786)
D Overall height 58.40 (1483) 58.40 (1483) 58.40 (1483)
Front track width 59.90 (1521) 59.90 (1521) 59.90 (1521)
Rear track width 60.40 (1534) 60.40 (1534) 60.40 (1534)
Head room, front 39.40 (1001) 39.40 (1001) 39.40 (1001)
Head room, rear 37.40 (950) 37.40 (950) 37.40 (950)
Shoulder room, front 55.90 (1420) 55.90 (1420) 55.90 (1420)
Shoulder room, rear 54.00 (1372) 54.00 (1372) 54.00 (1372)
Hip room, front 53.00 (1346) 53.00 (1346) 53.00 (1346)
Hip room, rear 52.30 (1328) 52.30 (1328) 52.30 (1328)
Leg room, front 42.20 (1072) 42.20 (1072) 42.20 (1072)
Leg room, rear 37.60 (955) 37.60 (955) 37.60 (955)

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