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Customer Review Summary for 2006 Pontiac G6
can't wait for spring
59Raven - Baltimore, MD01/25/2011
I have a 2006 G6 convertible. While I expect some noise from a 2006 �muscle� car I find the rattle a little more than expected. Bad placement of the seat warmer on/off switch. No window controls for backseat passengers.
I love my car!
Holly P. - Louisville, KY06/24/2009
I absolutely love my G6. It's super sporty, but has enough room for me and my two dogs, or kids whenever they come along. Runs excellent, engine is super quiet and has great pick-up. Gets great gas mileage and it's fun to drive!
sgrbr17 - Nashville, TN07/30/2011
This is a good value for the money but doesn't get quite the advertised fuel mileage. Rides smooth, looks good &runs great.
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