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.
Xenon lights, trip computer, two tone leather, wood trim, air compressor, air pump and the heated seats really get hot. It even has a light under the hood. I have a $95k BMW that does not have that.
Make the passenger seat power operated as well. Better gas mileage.
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
power floding in mirrors, 6 disc in
dash cd, bose, air compressor,
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.
When I got it there was two minor
problems. One the gas gage stopped
moving at 3/4 tank, there was also a
leak in the rear gear box. Both were
fixed cheerfully. The ride is smooth
and even though it's a six there seems
to be plenty under the hood. I still
would like an 8. I bought it and I
can't keep it from the wife, she's as
happy as I am.
Sunroof, cassette and stack cd
player,separate audio for the back
seat,lumbar seats w/heat, most of all
my golf clubs ride in style.
place to mount front license plate,
rear plate partially hidden