I am extremely happy with my new Pontiac G6 GT. It provides everything my family and I were looking for in a new automobile. It's roomy enough for our newborn daughter and her medical equipment, but still leaves plenty of room in the front seat. It has stealh looks and is very sporty. I am also surprised with the gas efficency which has been around 24 mpg, how could I complain. An overall great car and deal. Recommended.
My family calls it my Batmobile
2007 Pontiac G6Chris M - Laurel, MD08/30/2015
Always wanted a coveriblle but was afraid of damaging the soft top. The hard top was the perfect solution, not to mention it turns heads as the top goes down. The design keeps the wind turbulence to a minimum for the people in the front seat very well. Hit the gas and zoom your off, love the power of that V6. In the first week I had it in the parking lot at work a guy that owned an Infinity G series convertible mistook it for his car.
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