2010 Saturn Vue: Dimensions

Published dimensions indicated for the 2010 Saturn Vue 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 ZLF26 FWD XE 1SB ZLV26 FWD XR-4 1SB and XR-L 4 1SL ZLR26 FWD XR-V6 1SB and XR-L V6 1SL ZLS26 AWD XR-V6 1SB and XR-L V6 1SL
A Wheelbase 106.60 (2708) 106.60 (2708) 106.60 (2708) 106.60 (2708)
B Overall Length 180.10 (4575) 180.10 (4575) 180.10 (4575) 180.10 (4575)
  Body Width 72.80 (1849) 72.80 (1849) 72.80 (1849) 72.80 (1849)
D Overall Height 67.00 (1702) 67.00 (1702) 67.00 (1702) 67.00 (1702)
  Front Track Width 61.40 (1560) 61.40 (1560) 61.40 (1560) 61.40 (1560)
  Rear Track Width 61.80 (1570) 61.80 (1570) 61.80 (1570) 61.80 (1570)
  Head Room, Front 40.20 (1021) 40.20 (1021) 40.20 (1021) 40.20 (1021)
  Head Room, Rear 39.30 (998) 39.30 (998) 39.30 (998) 39.30 (998)
  Shoulder Room, Front 56.00 (1422) 56.00 (1422) 56.00 (1422) 56.00 (1422)
  Shoulder Room, Rear 55.90 (1420) 55.90 (1420) 55.90 (1420) 55.90 (1420)
  Hip Room, Front 52.60 (1336) 52.60 (1336) 52.60 (1336) 52.60 (1336)
  Hip Room, Rear 52.90 (1344) 52.90 (1344) 52.90 (1344) 52.90 (1344)
  Leg Room, Front 40.70 (1034) 40.70 (1034) 40.70 (1034) 40.70 (1034)
  Leg Room, Rear 36.90 (937) 36.90 (937) 36.90 (937) 36.90 (937)

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