GMC Envoy

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2006 GMC Envoy

The GMC Envoy was a midsize SUV sold by the GMC division of General Motors. It was introduced in 1998.[1] In 2002 the Envoy was improved and rode on the same chassisas the new Chevrolet TrailBlazer.[1] The Envoy was later given an extended wheelbase. In 2004 it was given a trim package called XUV.[2] This was an Envoy XL with no third row seating and a retractable roof over the cargo bay.[2] This was an attempt to make it both an SUV and a pickup truck.[2] The resulting odd-looking Envoy XUV did not sell well.[2] 2009 was the last model year for the Envoy.[3] It had daytime running lights, electronic stability control, anti-lock brakes and a rollover sensor that automatically deployed the side curtain air bags. It was replaced by the GMC Terrain.[4]

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