GMC Envoy Wiper Blade Sizes (2002-2009)

It’s never good to take your wiper blades for granted. They provide a critical service that helps ensure you can see clearly while you’re driving. Simply having wiper blades isn’t enough since old wiper blades can leave your windshield covered in streaks.

Luckily, you can consult the chart below to easily find new wiper blades for your GMC Envoy that actually fit correctly. This is much easier than trying to choose the correct wiper blades from an entire display of blades at your local store. A bonus is that new wiper blades are easy to install, meaning you can get the new wiper blades you need without involving a mechanic.

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GMC Envoy Wiper Blade Size Chart

Note: The size guide below includes the Envoy and Envoy XL.

2009SUV22"22"12"Bosch ICON
2008SUV22"22"12"Bosch ICON
2007SUV22"22"12"Bosch ICON
2006SUV22"22"16"Bosch ICON
2005SUV22"22"16"Bosch ICON
2004SUV22"22"16"Bosch ICON
2003SUV22"22"16"Bosch ICON
2002SUV22"22"16"Bosch ICON

About the GMC Envoy

When the mid-size GMC Envoy SUV was first launched in 1998, it was designed to be a trim level of the long-running GMC Jimmy SUV. After that approach was shelved in the year 2000, the GMC Envoy became its own unique SUV model that continued in production until 2009.

During its initial production run, the GMC Envoy competed against SUVs like the Chevrolet TrailBlazer, Saturn Aura, and Ford Explorer. One big factor that set the Envoy apart from other SUVs was its luxurious interior.

The decade when the Envoy was manufactured was the same decade when SUVs were transforming from pure utility vehicles into high-end alternatives to sedans. The Envoy’s luxury was especially apparent when GMC added the Denali trim level to the Envoy model, adding features like premium leather finishes, a power sunroof, and satellite radio.

All of the later model years of the Envoy seat five passengers. With front legroom of 41.4 inches and rear legroom of 37 inches, there is plenty of space for everyone to be comfortable on long trips. Despite its luxury, the Envoy is no slouch in terms of its towing capacity. Thanks to the available 5.3-liter V8 engine, you can tow up to 6,100 pounds with the Envoy, which is more than enough allowance for a nice trailer for a weekend excursion.

While GM’s financial woes in the late 2000s spelled the end of the Envoy’s production, this SUV still provides a great option for buyers looking for a luxurious SUV that also has plenty of power.

See Also: GMC Acadia, GMC Yukon, GMC Canyon, GMC Sierra