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GMC Envoy

2002-2009
2002 Redesign Year
GMC Envoy 2009 Trim Shown: 2009 Sport Utility
The Envoy is a five-passenger SUV that also came in an extended seven-passenger version, as well as in the form of a versatile cargo wagon called the Envoy XUV. This configuration offers a sliding rear roof to haul tall cargo. Envoy's ride is compliant and the six-cylinder engine is powerful, though it only returned 15 mpg in our testing. A V8 is also available. Envoy corners clumsily, with lots of body lean. A stability-control system was added as standard equipment starting in 2006. This made emergency handling more secure. However, the front seats aren't comfortable and the seat-mounted safety belts are annoying to use. The Envoy was discontinued after 2009.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2009 $8,475 - $14,075 $5,985 - $11,240
N/A
2008 $7,425 - $12,475 $4,930 - $9,680
2007 $6,575 - $10,450 $4,070 - $7,725
2006 $5,800 - $9,575 $3,335 - $6,890
2005 $4,850 - $7,625 $2,400 - $5,030
2004 $3,775 - $6,400 $1,525 - $3,855
2003 $4,300 - $5,800 $1,925 - $3,285
2002 $3,750 - $5,200 $1,480 - $2,725