Buick Encore Owners & Service Manuals

Buick Encore: Specifications

DIMENSIONS - BODY (ENCORE)

Point-to-point measurements are for reference only. All measurements are given in millimeters. Use these measurements for diagnosing and estimating. Point-to-point measurements are duplicated with tram bar pointers set at equal lengths. All die marks, holes, slots, and fasteners are measured to the center. All dimensions are symmetrical unless otherwise specified.

Point-to-Point Measurements

Front End

Fig. 1: Front End Point-to-Point Measurements
Fig. 1: Front End Point-to-Point Measurements

Engine Compartment

Fig. 2: Engine Compartment Point-to-Point Measurements
Fig. 2: Engine Compartment Point-to-Point Measurements

Front End Lower

Fig. 3: Front End Lower Point-to-Point Measurements
Fig. 3: Front End Lower Point-to-Point Measurements

Rear End Lower

Fig. 4: Rear End Lower Point-to-Point Measurements
Fig. 4: Rear End Lower Point-to-Point Measurements

Rear End

Fig. 5: Rear End Point-To-Point Measurements
Fig. 5: Rear End Point-To-Point Measurements

Side

Fig. 6: Side Point-To-Point Measurements
Fig. 6: Side Point-To-Point Measurements

DIMENSIONS - BODY (Encore)

Point-to-point measurements are for reference only. All measurements are given in millimeters. Use these measurements for diagnosing and estimating. Point-to-point measurements are duplicated with tram bar pointers set at equal lengths. All die marks, holes, slots, and fasteners are measured to the center. All dimensions are symmetrical unless otherwise specified.

Point-to-Point Measurements

Front End

Fig. 7: Front End Point-to-Point Measurements
Fig. 7: Front End Point-to-Point Measurements

Engine Compartment

Fig. 8: Engine Compartment Point-to-Point Measurements
Fig. 8: Engine Compartment Point-to-Point Measurements

Front End Lower

Fig. 9: Front End Lower Point-to-Point Measurements
Fig. 9: Front End Lower Point-to-Point Measurements

Rear End Lower

Fig. 10: Rear End Lower Point-to-Point Measurements
Fig. 10: Rear End Lower Point-to-Point Measurements

Rear End

Fig. 11: Rear End Point-to-Point Measurements
Fig. 11: Rear End Point-to-Point Measurements

Side

Fig. 12: Side Point-to-Point Measurements
Fig. 12: Side Point-to-Point Measurements

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