I posed a similar question over in the RAM TRX thread about the auto trans console shifter, but we are about a year away from a lease return of my car (Chev Malibu) and we’re already looking at replacement considerations. The wife loves the current JGC so she would get the new vehicle and I would inherit her ’14 Impala (new body style..sweet car too) as a daily driver. Specifically, a Trailhawk with the 3.6L. While I really like the 4th gen JGC as well, if the new one has an electric shifter it will be a deal breaker. I will not accept one of those. I noticed the ’16 and ’17 have what appears to be a real shifter. Can someone confirm the latest JGC has a cable operated shifter or is it just another electric shifter made to look like the real deal? 11-13 JGC shifters. We confident to know this is a mechanical cable operated shifter Part diagram of the 11-13 JGC shift control cable 14-15 Electric shifter…. No bueno. I won’t accept one of these 16-17 shifter. Is this a mechanical cable operated shifter or electric? If this too is electric the JGC is off the consideration list. These are too new to be listed on Rock Auto, Napa ProLink, etc. and I don’t have access to a FCA parts catalog for exploded views to see how it works.