CHICAGO — General Motors Corp. GMC division brand manager Tony DiSalle introduces the all-new Jimmy sport/utility vehicle (SUV) replacement for the first time at a meeting of the Midwest Automotive Media Assn. early this month. The new vehicle will assume the Envoy name previously employed as a Jimmy trim level. Versions also will be sold by Chevrolet and Oldsmobile. Built on the all-new GMT-360 compact-truck platform, the Envoy is bigger — 6.5 ins. (17 cm) longer, 4 ins. (10 cm) wider and ...

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