From 2007 until 2014, General Motors produced two very similar, yet very different center consoles for their Truck/SUV line-up. One console is known as the "LTZ Console", one console is known as the "LT2 Console", or the "NNBS Console (New-New Body-Style)".

These consoles may seem very similar, but when it actually comes down to it, there are some distinct differences.

 LTZ Console Features

LT2 Console Features

One area of front-storage Three areas of front storage
2 Front Cupholders (removable insert) 2 Front Cupholders (removable Insert)
Rear Media Controls, Heated Seat Controls (optional) Small rear storage area
2 Rear Cupholders 2 Rear Cupholders
Rear 12v Outlet Rear 12v Outlet


The LTZ Console is intended for the curved dashboard. The LT2 Console is intended for the 'flat' dashboard.


So if you have an LT2 Truck, you have to buy an LT2 Console, right? No. LTZ Consoles, despite the added features, are much cheaper than LT2 Consoles because they are much more common. The one issue you will be left with is a slight gap where to console meets the dashboard. All you have to do is find something to fill it.


One member of the forums came up with a very creative idea.


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See our available Chevy Center Consoles for this console swap.

Update 9/2/2016
To delete the rear audio & a/c controls of the LTZ, simply pop off the bezel, unscrew the radio, and replace it with GM Part # 15134828. Assemble everything, and you're done!