2010 Saturn Outlook: 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 ZR14526
FWD
XV 1XV
XE 1XE
XE Premium 2XE
XR-L 1XR
XR-L Premium 2XR
ZV14526
AWD
XE 1XE
XE Premium 2XE
XR-L 1XR
XR-L Premium 2XR
A Wheelbase 118.90 (3020) 118.90 (3020)
B Overall length 200.70 (5098) 200.70 (5098)
Body width 78.20 (1986) 78.20 (1986)
D Overall height 69.90 (1775) 69.90 (1775)
D Overall height, with luggage rack 72.80 (1849) 72.80 (1849)
Head room, 1st row 40.40 (1026) 40.40 (1026)
Head room, 2nd row 39.30 (998) 39.30 (998)
Head room, 3rd row 38.40 (975) 38.40 (975)
Shoulder room, 1st row 62.00 (1575) 62.00 (1575)
Shoulder room, 2nd row 61.10 (1552) 61.10 (1552)
Shoulder room, 3rd row 57.80 (1468) 57.80 (1468)
Hip room, 1st row 58.00 (1473) 58.00 (1473)
Hip room, 2nd row 57.90 (1471) 57.90 (1471)
Hip room, 3rd row 48.30 (1227) 48.30 (1227)
Leg room, 1st row 41.30 (1049) 41.30 (1049)
Leg room, 2nd row 36.90 (937) 36.90 (937)
Leg room, 3rd row 33.20 (843) 33.20 (843)
Opening width, rear door, at floor 50.20 (1275) 50.20 (1275)
Opening width, rear door, at beltline 46.70 (1186) 46.70 (1186)
Cargo area length, at floor with liftgate closed, behind front seats 86.90 (2207) 86.90 (2207)
Cargo area length, at floor with liftgate closed, behind second row seats 55.20 (1402) 55.20 (1402)
Cargo area length, at floor with liftgate closed, behind third row seats 24.50 (622) 24.50 (622)
Cargo area length, at beltline, behind front seats 79.60 (2022) 79.60 (2022)
Cargo area length, at beltline, behind second row seats 46.30 (1176) 46.30 (1176)
Cargo area length, at beltline, behind third row seats 15.50 (394) 15.50 (394)
Ground clearance, front 7.40 (188) 7.40 (188)

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