The Pontiac is no longer in production, there are quite a few recalls for all Pontiac models. In 2012 I walk into CarMax looking for a deal with no money down. The employees at CarMax are very professional at their job and they all make you feel like family. After my test drive and signing my loan application, I left CarMax lot excited. I haven't owned a car since my last accident in 2007. my first impression of the Pontiac was out of this world. A powerful 3.5l engine was exactly what I was looking for (even though I couldn't get my dream car V8 Camaro do to shortage of credit points.) A few months later I noticed some problems with the vehicle a few trips to CarMax and GM its all the same. Its now 2014 and problems are current.
not enough power!
2008 Pontiac G6Dita Crash - Henrico, VA03/17/2012
This car is a beauty-great paint-all power everything, bucket seats-input jack in deck. My ONLY concern with this car is the power issue-im not sure if its the traction control or stabilitrack system that this car comes with but going up hills you almost have to have the pedal to the floor-and if/when it is raining or the wipers are going-the traction control will stop the car from accelerating faster-as it controls the tire spin speed- which upsets ME but it might be just the thing for some folks-other than that i love this car-good on gas (though the system doesnt give much warning on low fuel) like the onstar feature-great sound system-sleek style-def a enjoyable car to drive :)
2006 Pontiac G6
2006 Pontiac G6G6 Dad - Raleigh, NC03/09/2007
This car can be a family car for four, but is sporty enough for the Dad. The 3.0L v6 has plenty of power, it handles well, fairly good gas mileage. The panoramic window is nice but is a little noisy and rattles. Rides well on long trips and very easy to drive in town.
Though its tenure was short-lived and it was only available in the US for a single model year, the Pontiac G8 is still largely considered one of the best American sedans produced in recent history. The G8 was first developed and produced in Australia, where it was known as the Holden Commodore. It was rebadged for the North American market in 2008, where it replaced the Pontiac Bonneville.
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