the car is great and i never dream to have a car that i would live in it if i could. the comfort is to die for.
2008 Pontiac SolsticeRhonda Neel - Plano, TX09/24/2015
This car is a very unusual style - sort of like a mini-bat-mobile, so it really gets attention. It looks much more expensive than it actually is, and rides very smoothly. Has a great safety rating - I bought one for my daughter and another for my grand-daughter.
2007 Pontiac G6Janel - Illinois07/09/2008
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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