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New 2006 GMC Website

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I was just looking around some GM sites today and I noticed that the 2006 GMC site is finally up and running.

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Uh, what exactly is this new shifter?:

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The tow/haul mode has always been there, but now it has a new shape and a +/- toggle switch....any idea what model gets this and just what it is for? Kind of like a Tiptronic sort of a deal?

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The HD trucks with the Duramax get a 6-speed automatic transmission with tapshift.

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The HD trucks with the Duramax get a 6-speed automatic transmission with tapshift.

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Hmm, that's kind of interesting. The shifter reminds me a lot of the one Dodge used in the '99-00 Grand Caravan ES (the top sporty model) when they gave it Autostick--just a little +/- toggle on the end.

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That's interesting-does it work the same way as the Grand Prix GTP's did? I don't like the new Envoy bodyside moldings-they just lack the integration and upscale look the 2002-05 models did. Edited by Mule Bakersdozen LS

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That's interesting-does it work the same way as the Grand Prix GTP's did? I don't like the new Envoy bodyside moldings-they just lack the integration and upscale look the 2002-05 models did.

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I agree on the moldings. The first time I saw the new ones I just kept thinking how it looked like the truck was bare to begin with and someone just bought a cheap chrome stick on piece at the auto parts store.....something a local dealer seems to like doing to some of the Avalanches they order with no cladding or moldings (plus, often, chrome wheel well lip trim... :puke: )

Overall, the "originals" looked more substantial and fitting of the vehicle.

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Website looks like a clone of the Pontiac site... Not saying it's a bad site but personally, I love Cadillac's site the best

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Yeah, that molding is fine for base Trailblazers (which often carry none at all?!), but not an Envoy.

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I think the new mouldings on the Envoy look way classier. Cleans up the side a lot. That terra cotta interior in the Yukon looks good for a change.

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