Load leveling compressor, front axle seals (both sides), half shaft, wiper motor (after recall was performed), memory module for power seats/mirrors.
I love my 2002 Envoy SLT. I will never get rid of it unless it gets stolen or totalled. It has every imaginable option GMC could cram into a SUV including load leveling suspension, headlamp washers, RainSense wipers, OnStar, etc. My 2002 SLT also has heated leather, running boards, and the 6 Disc BOSE stereo of which I yanked out and installed a GM Navigation stereo (yes it will work - very easy upgrade). Everybody that has driven in my Envoy always compliments the quiet smooth ride. The 4.2 I6 is simply amazing producing 270hp and 270ft-lbs torque, which most people don't understand - is AMAZING for an I6 engine. Heck, I think Chryslers 4.7L V8 only puts out 265hp or something like that and here GMC produces and Inline 6 engine that beats most all competitors V8's! I'm not going to complain about gas mileage - it is what it is. It's a SUV. If you want good MPG get a hybrid SUV or go buy a Chevy Aveo. Stop complaining about it. The Envoy is a pretty heavy SUV, it tows awesome. I can tow my 6500lb boat and trailer and after the load leveling suspension pumps up, you'd never know you were towing anything.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 8th April, 2007