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My Envoy has a smooth has a very smooth ride for the size car it is, and handles well. I love the space i have for cargo and my golf clubs. Has good height on entry don't have too bend to get in and out. Only thing wrong is that it does not well on gas mileage for that size SUV.
I have been driving company cars for the past thirty nine years. I have always wondered what type of vehicle I would like to own when I retired. I have driven Chevys ( Impala and Celebrity),Ford ( Taurus and Taurus XL ) Plymouth ( Acclaim ) Pontiac ( Grand Prix ) Well I retired last august. I saw a car on the web at CarMax. Checked it out and bought it. It's only been a thousand miles since I bought it. But I can truly say that I love this car.
I wanted a SUV and was looking at the Jeep Grand Cherokee, but my husband is 6'4'' tall and did not fit in the vehicle. We are new parents and I wanted to feel safe driving our daughter. We saw the GMC Envoy and really like the look and I was very happy to see that the cargo space is large enough for the stroller and tons of shopping which most midsize SUV's did not have. We looked at the new GMC Terrain but we opted for the 2006 envoy for cargo space, interior room and comfort. It has a good get up and go, it drives very smooth. Doesn't feel like a truck. Interior is basic but that is fine for me. Only negative is there is a lot of wind noise when driving, but I have the radio on or hear the crying of a newborn - yeah- so it knocks out the wind noise. I am very pleased with this SUV.