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2008 Pontiac G6 GT

2008 Pontiac G6 Krista - Houston, TX 10/12/2011

I have recently purchased this car and I LOVE it. I am young so the fact that it is a convertible just thrills me. I love the car no problem at all so far. The only thing that I really regret is the POOR GAS MILEAGE. Yes, it has a big engine... but from the hwy and city mileage the car was supposed to get (sticker on window) I am not getting anywhere near it. Overall great car! Seats arent too comfortable for long trips. I will be taking mine into the shop because when I bought it had a whistle when accelerating, come to find out it needs a new muffler. There is a small hole and when I accelerate its pushing air through the hole. Also- When lights are on the automatic setting, during the day they are on. Im guessing the sensor is messed up. I have had my g6 for about 60 days now.

Lots of car for the money

2006 Pontiac G6 Otto Maddick - Charlotte, NC 11/25/2008

The Pontiac G6 is a midsize car that replaced the old Grand Am in 2005. I think the the G6 offers a plenty of style & performance. I have the 5 passenger sedan but the Hardtop convertible was very tempting . The G6 hits the number on economy. The 3.5L V6 sips and can easily hit the high 20's MPG. Simple things like automatic on headlamps and remote start make it a please to drive.

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2007 Pontiac G6 Janel - Illinois 07/09/2008

I was very excited to find this car - it even had XM radio! The car is quiet, sleek, and very nice. It was neat to have all the extra things - like trip meter, mpg, oil life (displayed in the radio console), etc. There are a few things missing from this car: There is no light in the vanity mirror and there are no lights near the rearview mirror or near the top of the doors. I would have liked to see this (don't know if this it just a option missing from the base G6, but I don't know.) I also wish the center arm rest was a little bit longer so that I could place my arm there and still use my hand to drive. Overall, I really like this car.

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