BURLINGTON, VT – Targeting the power output of a 6-cyl. and the fuel economy of a 4-cyl., General Motors Corp. is launching a new inline 5-cyl. engine for its completely redesigned 2004 Chevrolet and GMC midsize pickup trucks. New GM I-5 maximizes manufacturing efficiencies. The new I-5 is the latest addition to GM Powertrain’s Vortec inline engine family – the first was the Vortec 4200 I-6 launched in 2001 for GM’s midsize SUVs – and will be the powerplant first available in the ...

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