Used 2002 GMC Values

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(Model years 2018 - 1926 including exotics and classic cars)
A five-passenger SUV with loads of cargo space, the 2002 GMC Envoy is equipped with a 270 hp 4.2L six-cylinder engine.
The 2002 GMC Envoy XL takes the standard Envoy and stretches it to expand seating capacity to fit seven, yet it retains the great amount of cargo space and standard features.
The people-mover version of the popular cargo van, the 2002 GMC Safari Passenger seats seven and has an efficient V6 engine under the hood.
The 2002 GMC Savana Passenger is a full-size hauler that fits eight passengers in standard trim, and up to 12 passengers in the extended version.
A full-size pickup truck with a long list of standard features, the 2002 GMC Sierra 1500 is available with a regular or extended cab and RWD or 4WD.
The 2002 GMC Sierra 1500HD is the heavy-duty version of the standard full-size Sierra 1500 and features a stronger transmission to assist with towing and hauling duty.
With more standard power than the 1500, the 2002 GMC Sierra 2500 is a full-size pickup truck good for most jobs you can throw at it, thanks to the 300 hp V8 under the hood.
The 2002 GMC Sierra 2500HD is a heavy-duty full-size pickup truck that comes standard with a tough 300 hp engine and a rock-solid four-speed automatic transmission.
The toughest truck in a lineup of tough trucks, the 2002 GMC Sierra 3500 is available with dual or single rear wheels, and a choice between a regular, extended, or crew cab.
The 2002 GMC Sonoma is a compact pickup truck that is big on amenities, with standard features such as cruise control, an adjustable steering wheel, and an AM/FM/CD player.
A full-size SUV that has room for the family and plenty left over for cargo, the 2002 GMC Yukon comes standard with a 275 hp 4.8L V8 engine.
The 2002 GMC Yukon Denali is a premium full-size SUV with room for up to eight passengers and a long list of standard luxury amenities.
Stretching the wheelbase of a standard Yukon yields the 2002 GMC Yukon XL which seats nine passengers and still has lots of room left over for any cargo you need to haul.
The 2002 GMC Yukon Denali XL is the long wheelbase version of the standard Yukon Denali and features more interior room for cargo.

Following several years where GMC's larger vehicles like the Sierra and 2002 Yukon XL has undergone massive updates, the truck brand focuses on their mid-sized vehicle range for 2002. Replacing the Jimmy as a mid-sized sport utility vehicle, GMC has chosen an upgrade direction by applying the Envoy name at the forefront. The 2002 GMC Envoy is refined with features like four-wheel disc brakes and a Vortec V-6 engine incorporating variable valve timing. In addition to the standard Envoy, a longer Envoy XL was part of the line-up providing the option of greater rear storage or third-row seating. GMC has extended the coverage of the Denali luxury nameplate to their Sierra pickup truck. The Denali name replaces the short-lived C3 branding attached to the GMC Sierra. For 2002, the GMC Sierra also gains an optional technological called Quadrasteer. Quadrasteer is a four-wheel steering system that reduces the turning radius of the truck at low speeds.