Only owned it for a couple weeks now but so far very little complaint. Its the Denali package with the 5.3L V8 so gas mileage isn't great but I traded in a Ford Explorer for it so its still a step up from what I had. The ride is very smooth with the rear air ride suspension, and the interior is very quiet even at highway speeds. The cabin is very roomy and comfortable with the leather heated seats which is nice on those cold New England mornings. The console is a bit undersized which gives you more room in the front seats, so I guess its a fair trade off. Just can't carry a bunch of cd's in there. Overall I would definitely recommend the Envoy Denali for a comfortable ride.
My wife actually wanted the car. She had been in a 2004 Acura 3.5RL that sits lower than she wanted. She like to sit up and be able to see from a higher vantage point. So far, the Envoy XL seems like an excellent purchase.
by JOE STACK
2003 GMC ENVOY
I bought it for its interior space, its safety, and most of all for its 4 wheel drive for the winter.
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