Auxiliary Audio Input, Alloy Wheels, Traction Control, Flex Fuel Vehicle, Air Conditioning, ABS Brakes
4 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.4L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 24K Miles, White/Black
Auxiliary Audio Input, Rear Spoiler, Alloy Wheels, Overhead Airbags, Traction Control, Side Airbags
4 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.4L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 75K Miles, Black/Black
While walking the lot, I noticed the G6 GT. After a great test drive, I purchased it. After owning the car for several weeks, it continues to impress me with quality, features and comfort. Overall, this is the best car I have owned in the past 15 years.
I was in the market for a convertible and was looking at new in 2011 when a GM-fan friend of mine suggested the G6 Convertible. I got one with every possible option for a great price. I love the car. It's performance is much more lively than I expected and it's solid as a rock. It's quiet with the top down and silent with the top up. The seats are comfortable, although I think the previous owner may have been quite a large person, because the driver seat has flattened out a bit compared to the passenger side. Like most convertibles, rear visibility is not as good as my old hatchback, but it's tolerable as the rear pillar is not overly wide. The gauges are well laid out and easy to read... and I like Pontiac's red digits. The red LED digits on the radio are pretty hard to read in sunlight, but once I've got my iPod hooked up... who cares?!?! The only down side... the mileage. The sticker says 20/28 but I get 20 overall and I don't drive it hard. I drove 100 miles on the interstate a while back and still only got 23 mpg for that tank. Fortunately it's regular fuel and I don't drive a whole lot, but I mention it in today's high-gas-price environment. Overall, I would buy one again in a minute! I don't know what I will do if I want to replace this one someday, now that Pontiac's no longer in business! Maybe I should buy another one now as a spare! Chris
I have not seen a G6 like the one WE purchased. There are plenty G6.s around, but not with the hood scoop and big tail fin this one has. I am a tall person, therefore it took some adjustment to getting the seat where I'm comfortable, but I did it. With the way the car itself sits,it;s a little tough judging the front and rear distance in parking. Different vehicle. Just gotta learn the car itself. I am not sorry WE purchased it though.
The Pontiac G6 comes in three body styles: a four-door sedan, two-door coupe, and a convertible with retracting hardtop. As a mid-size vehicle aimed at commuters, the G6 had a lot of competitors during its short lifespan. While near the end, it may have been outclassed, the Pontiac G6 will now be very affordable for used car buyers in comparison to rivals.
Produced for six total model years, the Pontiac G6 range is a mid-size vehicle with sleek style and impressive fuel economy. Offered with a variety of body types and many engine options, the G6 has a lot to offer.
The Pontiac G6 was a go-to mid-size car due to its praiseworthy fuel economy, style, and comfortable drive. Though it may not have the highest power rankings against rival vehicles, it still offered generous room for anyone no matter the body style. This makes for a comfortable, smooth ride for any of the body types.
The Pontiac G6 was a go-to mid-size car. It received consistent upgrades to ensure it can stay competitive with other sedans and is offered with solid performance from its V6 engine. The Pontiac G6 will likely be more comfortable in a test drive for used car shoppers, especially when compared to popular vehicles in the same segment.
The Pontiac G6 comes equipped with a 2.4L four-cylinder engine for its base model with upgrades to 3.5L, 3.6L, or a 3.9L V6 engine available. A six-speed automatic transmission is standard, with a six-speed manual transmission as optional with the 3.9L V6 engine. The base G6 model is well-equipped, featuring a six-speaker audio system, power driver's seat, and premium cloth seats.