I love my G6. I love the space and the interior. It's got awesome get up and go and smooth handling. The only down side to the car is the gas mileage. It definitely makes you stay home and plan out all your errand trips as to not waste gas.
Right now it gets about 19 to 23 miles per gallon and does much better on road trips that require even speeds of 65 or higher at about 26-27 miles per gallon.
I still love the car though. Being 6'4, it has plenty of room. I would recommend the car to friends, but only if they do not plan on making small trips all over because of the amount of money spent on gas.
2006 Pontiac G6Earl G. Allen - Atlanta09/05/2011
Everywhere I go people swoon over the beauty of my G6, I love the sleek lines, spoiler and the open roof that makes me feel as though I am in a convertable. Black leather seats and dark tinted windows are the stuff dreams are made of. It drives very nice and get from 0 - 60 very quickly. I am very satisfied with my G-6 and hope to have a lot of fun in the sun for quite some times.
nice car, but not so much for a family with kids
2004 Pontiac Grand PrixIN fam - Indiana12/28/2007
My husband and I mostly love our car. It's peppy and looks great, and overall is comfy, however we just had an addition to our family and now wish we chose a car with a bigger back seat. It's ok for adults to ride in, but as soon as we stuck that carseat back there, we quickly realized how much room we did not have. We'd recommend this car to anyone that does not have car seats and/or boosters to stick in the back seat. Also, several things have gone wrong with only 40,000 miles on the car, but those might be normal?? We aren't mechanics, so who knows. Just thought maybe the car would go longer without problems. Overall good buy.
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