The Envoy XUV was not the first sliding-top family hauler, and like the Studebaker Daytona Wagonaire, it went the way of the dodo. Nevertheless, this slick Stude featured a dashboard vanity for the ladies, disc brakes and a flat area to throw the kids, dog and some playground equipment. Not to mention a handy-dandy integrated step! Sometimes we get very sad that Studebaker failed. This is one of those times. Besides, when was the last time any GMC spot featured a jingle this swingin'?

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