2002 GMC Envoy LX IL-6 from North America
GM will not stand behind their products and have no control over their dealers
I have a 2002 Envoy XL that I purchased new on 15 April 2002.
I had electrical problems from the get go.
The one problem that GM would not entertain about fixing was one of the vent valves under the dash. I blame the dealer as much as GM. The valve makes a clicking noise every time the A/C cycles on and off.
The second is the fan clutch. My engine light has not come on, but the fan really makes a lot of noise. So I unplugged the wires going to the fan, engine light still didn't come on.
I found a replacement for the fan on the net for $159.03 part no. 15293048 with no delivery fee.
I have owned GMC since 1967; I guess around 20 different trucks and SUV's, I am truly dissatisfied with GM. My next will be Japanese.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 31st March, 2006
31st Mar 2006, 15:20
Just another lost customer and reason GM is sliding further down the slope towards disaster. I truly hope the company turns things around, there are far too many people employed for it to go bankrupt. The 2007 Tahoe seems to be a step in the right direction.
16th Jun 2006, 23:31
Our family has owned a number of SUV's, including Toyota, Ford, and Chevy. In 2003 we bought our 2003 Envoy and it is without doubt the best SUV we've ever owned. In over 39,000 miles it has never required anything other than oil changes. It is smooth, solid, MUCH more powerful than any of our previous SUV's, and has thus far been the most dependable vehicle we have owned with the possible exception of my Dodge Omni, which went 240,000 miles with practically no repairs at all.