TBO, I didn't go to the lot looking for a Pontiac, I wasn't seriously considering an American car. I was wrong. This thing is nicer than most of my friends imports, its every bit as peppy, it handles very well, and I paid like 5k less for a car with 30k less miles. Check one out, it's seriously under rated.
My G-6 is a fun car to drive. Great Fit & Finish real tight even though it has well over 50K of usage. Gets good gas mpg close to 32+ hwy and 24+ city type. Only problem I had was Catalytic converter went bad at about 45K. Dealer replaced under powertrain GM warranty at no cost to me.. Would buy another if PONTIAC was still around. Oh well I guess I'll look @ Malibu or Camry when time to replace.
2007 Pontiac G6bmore fast guy - baltimore, md04/17/2010
I enjoy driving my G6 on the highway at night so i can see the red illuminating lights in the interior. the bucket seats are very comfortable and it has pretty good gas mileage.
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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