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Best vehicle I have ever owned
by 2ndGMCowner from Wilkes Barre, PA | May 7, 2012
This is my 2nd GMC Suv, First one was a 95 Jimmy SLT and it was great! Switched briefly to a Ford then ran into transmission issues, so I purchased this 2000 GMC Envoy-Jimmy as the ford's replacement...No major issues aside from minor things needed like door pins and chassis lubrication to eliminate the squeaks. Its not the most powerful vehicle but gets up and goes when needed, the Auto AWD is something to get used to but also another nice feature! Right now it shows 185,000 miles and mechanically like new still..everything works great! This truck spent most of its life on the west coast and towed behind an RV so the mileage is low on the engine/transmission and still has NO leaks at all!