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Average User Score
4.1 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 7 reviews
2006 GMC Envoy Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 7 reviews
The main changes for the GMC Envoy in 2006 came in the form of some exterior changes and stability control. Otherwise, this midsize luxury SUV retains the same general features from the previous year. The 2006 GMC Envoy comes in 6 trims: 2WD and 4WD versions of the SLE, SLT, and Denali.
The SLE and SLT use a 4.2 L, 291 hp I6 engine with 4 speed automatic transmission while the Denali packs some extra power with its 5.3 L, 300 hp V8. All trims have 4 doors, seat 5, and generally get 15 mpg in the city and 21 on the highway. Towing capacity across trims ranges from 5200 to 6600 lbs. As for features, power and leather seats come as options in the SLE and as standard features in the SLT and Denali.
If reviewers could talk directly to the execs at GMC about the 2006 Envoy, they'd say 'nice try, but no cigar.' While the SUV has a lot of options and powerful engine choices, drivers would appreciate better handling and steering. The 2006 Envoy represents a decent effort for a domestic SUV. However, GMC will need to go back to the drawing board if it intends to turn the Envoy into a legitimate contender.
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GMC Envoy Questions
Could My Drive Shaft Bearing Be The Culprit?
My 2006 GMC envoy (114,000 miles and serviced on schedule)makes a sound, on occasion, from underneath the truck while driving. It sounds like grinding/humming or some type of winding sound. It seeme...
Where Is The Fuse For The Rear Window Defogger On A 2006 Gmc Envoy Sle 4.2l...
Shifting From Park To Drive
When air temp falls below 50 degrees, my '06 GMC Envoy with 290, 000 miles is very difficult to get out of Park. The Thumb button on the shifter is very difficult to depress. I have no trouble when t...