I LOVE my car. It was everything that it was described and more. I really like the sportiness of this car. The only thing is that I wish it had more horsepower. But.... It's still a dreamy car
2007 Pontiac G6Miss Muffin - Fort Worth, TX08/29/2008
I had my first experience with this car when I rented it for a trip. "Wow, I fell in loved with it the minute I sat behind the wheel." I love the way the seats wraps around you, the adjustable backrest on the drivers seat, the look of the dash (how it lights up at night). How the radio console displays if your keyless remote needs a new battery and it's very roomy. But most importantly. I LOVE how it handles on the road. It's BAD. :)
Mines has a few flaws like no ligts near the rearview mirror, in the vanity mirrors or curise control. But I can live with that because this is such a great car.I've only had it for two months now and it only had 6K miles on it when I got it. I
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