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Figure I'd post this, since the factory sliders are still MIA from the factory...

New manual and power rear window aftermarket sliders for General Motors' new mid-size truck platform meet strict quality, durability, and safety standards in addition to being the first of their kind in the market.

C.R. Laurence stands as a leader in the automotive glass industry with more than 40 years of experience manufacturing quality slider systems for domestic and import truck brands. Since CRL's innovative bonded rear slider debuted over 20 years ago, the company has continued to design, engineer, and manufacture trusted automotive products here in the United States.

Today, CRL Automotive continues to influence the industry, and is proud to introduce the market's first rear sliding windows exclusively engineered for GM's 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon models. CRL's new sliders for GM's mid-size pickup truck platform are available in Manual Tri-Vent Slider and Electric POWR-Slider deluxe solar glass offerings that meet each truck's specialized design and performance needs.

The Electric POWR-Slider utilizes CRL's Encapsulated Flex Flange technology to give the Colorado and Canyon the largest daylight opening offered in the market. A convenient dash-mounted button quietly opens, closes, and automatically locks the curved glass window with ease. The POWR-Slider distinguishes itself as the truck platform's first and only electrically-operated rear window option in both the aftermarket and from the original manufacturer, General Motors.

The Manual Tri-Vent Slider operates quietly, is easy to open and close, and installs without any modifications. Its 3-panel design offers increased visibility from top to bottom as a result of its slim-line aluminum frame. CRL's direct replacement manual slider surpasses the quality and performance of most factory-installed rear windows, which customers have come to expect from CRL Automotive.

"We take pride in providing the industry with American-made, advanced automotive glass products that are the first to reach the market," says Fred Altamirano, V.P. of C.R. Laurence Automotive. "The new manual and power rear truck sliders for Chevrolet's Colorado and GMC's Canyon models provide users with additional function, privacy, comfort, safety, and durability that other manufacturers simply cannot match."

These new windows were designed and engineered in the U.S.A. in CRL's state-of-the-art facilities in Los Angeles, California. To learn more about the all-new sliders for GM's 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon Trucks, please visit

About C.R. Laurence
C.R. Laurence is an ISO 9001:2008 certified premier manufacturer that has built innovative truck and van windows, sliders, sunroofs, and accessories for more than 40 years. In addition to an expansive in-stock product line, CRL has produced custom windows for manufacturers such as General Motors, Ford, Ram, Nissan, Toyota, Navistar, Peterbilt, Freightliner, Bombardier, and John Deere. In addition, they are the Mercedes Benz preferred aftermarket window supplier for the Sprinter Van outfitter program. For more information please visit or contact a CRL Automotive Specialist at (800) 421-6144 / (323) 588-1281 extension 7780, or email [email protected].

January 7th, 2015
Source: GLASS ON WEB - Glass News - C.R. Laurence Automotive Introduces All-New Sliders for GM's 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon Trucks

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I love the slider on my truck. Never understood why GM take that shit off the trucks.
I know people complain about car theft issues but why not improving it instead of loosing it?
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