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About GMC Envoy

GMC Envoy is a mid-size SUV manufactured by General Motors from 1998 to 2009. The first GMC Envoy was introduced for the 1998 model year. It has been gone through two generations. Though it does not have a long history of development, it still received some recognition in its life. In 2002, the GMC Envoy was rated as the Sport/Utility of the Year by Motor Trend Magazine and the engine it used was named one of the Ward's 10 Best Engines from 2002 to 2005.
The first generation GMC Envoy (1998-2000) was introduced in 1997 for the 1998 model year. It offered 4-door SUV powered by 4.2 L LL8 inline 6-cylinder engine and 5.3 L LM4 V8 engine with 4-speed automatic transmission. Though the production of first generation GMC Envoy discontinued in 2000, the second generation GMC Envoy (2002-2009), as the replacement of Chevrolet Jimmy was launched in 2001 for the 2002 model year. In second generation, GMC Envoy offered SLT trim, Envoy XL, Envoy XUV and Envoy Denali trim. Engine options included 4.2 L LL8 inline 6-cylinder engine, 5.3 L 5300 V8 engine for Envoy XL and 5.3 L 5300 V8 with Displacement on Demand engine with 4-speed automatic transmission.

GMC Envoy Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Maybe as the GMC Envoy does not have a long history of development, there are some defects on it will uncover as increase of usage time. Some GMC Envoy vehicle owners have put forward some common problems as follows:
First, engine problem. This problem includes engine misfires, backfires as well as excessive oil consumption. In general, GMC Envoy vehicle owners have found that engine would rough idle and when accelerating, the power would reduce suddenly and respond slowly, not to mention the bad gas mileage or poor fuel economy. However, according to their description, the engine problem seems have something with the bad spark plug, failing intake valve or exhaust valve and broken oxygen sensor. The best advice is to get the GMC Envoy checked thoroughly and determine which part needs to be replaced.
Second, suspension system went wrong. As an essential system in the whole GMC Envoy, suspension system problem often expresses as clunking, rattling or squealing noises coming for the front end of the vehicle; it becomes harder and more sluggish for driver in handling on the loose steering wheel. These symptoms in fact are caused by broken sway bar bush or failed sway bar link, please check these part first before you replace them.
It is undeniable that as an assembled item, every component on the GMC Envoy needs to keep exceptional in maintain its long life expectancy. Parts like drive belt for protecting drivers from the severe impact of sudden movement or wheel cover for protecting the wheels from the erosion of dirt or moisture should be taken good care of.
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