by bigbux98 on Apr 25, 2008 Vehicle: 1999 GMC Envoy 4dr SUV 4WD
I paid $5700 for my Envoy, with 77,000 miles on it. It was in very good condition and so far, I have had to replace one ball joint. Other than that, it has been dead reliable. I pray I never get to see a $2000 headlight replacement.
by esclade on Mar 31, 2004 Vehicle: 1999 GMC Envoy 4dr SUV 4WD
this vehicle looks good but expensive
to maintain. if your headlight goes
out you go to the store and buy a new
one for about $12 i on the other hand
have to go to a dealership and spend
$2,000. thats for one. i've probably
thrown $9000 into it since i've had it
and i bought it off lease with only
22000 miles on it. there is some good
features to the truck that you don't
find on many. but theres no power
by esclade on May 27, 2003 Vehicle: 1999 GMC Envoy 4dr SUV 4WD
a lot of features on this truck make
it stand out from the rest in its
field for instance power folding
driver and passenger mirrors, built in
6 disc changer up front, a built in
air compressor in the back, and you
can't forget about the headlights.
After its debut as General Motors' high-end compact SUV last year, the GMC Envoy gets equipment upgrades for '99. A new mini-module for the driver airbag allows for steering wheel radio controls, and the turn signal stalk now incorporates a flash-to-pass headlamp feature. Heated, eight-way power front seating is improved, thanks to available two-position memory for the driver and power recliners. A liftgate ajar telltale resides in the instrument cluster, and the outside rearview mirrors have been redesigned, featuring electrochromic dimming and power-folding capability. GM's advanced AutoTrac active transfer case is now standard, while a new shift lever-mounted button selects a tow/haul mode to optimize transmission shift points. There are three new metallic exterior paint colors: Topaz Gold, Meadow Green and Indigo Blue.