GM’s premium Bose system comes standard on the 2000 GMC Envoy, bringing a lovely sound from CDs or the radio. Other perks include room for a cell phone in the center console and an overhead unit that holds a three-button transmitter. Other standard features include power windows and door locks, keyless entry, cruise control, and the OnStar system.
Need standard features? The 2000 GMC Envoy delivers plenty with air conditioning, power windows, power door locks, power/leather seats, cd player, and ABS brakes. Sunroof comes as an option. As for a couple other key stats, this SUV gets 16 mpg in the city, 20 mpg on the highway, and can tow 5600 lbs. Finally, the 2000 Envoy has 4 doors and seats 5.
Anyone who's followed the GMC Envoy will tell you that the pre and post-2001 models represent two different vehicles. Not much changed for the midsize SUV in 2000 outside of a few minor mechanical adjustments. The 2000 GMC Envoy comes in standard 4WD trim that sports a 4.3 L, 190 hp V6 engine with 4 speed automatic transmission.
The 2000 GMC Envoy's four-wheel-drive system employs GM's AutoTrac two-speed active transfer case, which allows for automatic shifting from all-wheel drive to four-wheel drive when road conditions warrant it. Plus, a ""tow/haul"" button on the transmission shift lever adjusts the shift points in the electronically controlled automatic when the vehicle is heavily loaded or towing a trailer. A luxury suspension still hugs the road enough for off-roading. The steering in the Envoy falls short of precision, and the turning radius remains much too large.