2006 Pontiac Grand PrixValGal - Midwest City, OK11/14/2008
I have owned this car since Feburary of 2006 and I have thoroughly enjoyed every minute behind the wheel. My Grand Prix gives me confidince to get on the highway without getting run over, but amazingly enough; this car actually gets good gas milage. The only draw backs for my situation has been for my granddaughter who now lives with us. Her carseat sits behind the passenger seat and anyone who sits in the seat can't move the seat back very far or the seat lays on my grandaughter's legs. She has only been living with us for a little over a month and with the exception of this issue we've never had a problem. So, as long as you don't have a carseat in the back seat; everything is fine! My Grand Prix has really been on of the best cars I'e ever owned.
2008 Pontiac VibeR Rodriguez - Corpus Christi, TX01/27/2016
Great car. Made by Pontiac but toyota drivetrain. Drives very nice, sporty and lots of benefits. Have a full size truck but find myself using my Pontiac vibe more and more because of the hatchback and fold down rear seats. My dogs love riding in it especially with the rear seats down. Driver's seat sits like I'm in my truck not like a car. With my back issues I'm able to get in and out comfortably and enjoy the ride.
My Pontiac Grand Prix experience
2006 Pontiac Grand PrixTeddy - Atlanta, Ga05/23/2010
My Pontiac Grand Prix is a great value for its price! The view from inside to the outside is good but not great! The side view mirrors don't respond to controls as good as they should!It has a lot of heating and air vents which can be turned in a lot of direction which I found was excellent! The body styling is great and the performance for a V6 is great! I always test a cars performance i buy by acceleration from a on ramp onto a expressway and accelaration while in traffic! This car has a lot of torque and performed well in both situations! It has a lot of torque! Its fun to drive everyday!
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.
Since their inception, muscle cars have transformed ordinary drives into adventures. Their beefy V8 engines, impressive performance characteristics, and aggressive stances make enthusiastic owners think up new reasons to grab their keys and take their next drive. If you want to reignite your passion for driving and experience the best muscle car the world currently has to offer, you’ll need to wade through the abundant options. Of all your four-wheeled options, the Pontiac G8 and Dodge Charger are worth a place at the top of your search list.
The Honda Accord and Toyota Camry have been on the scene for decades. In this article, we share estimated fuel economy figures, average CarMax prices, and other features to help you compare late-model Accords and Camrys.