Unfortunately, we couldn't find a match for your search. To see more results please remove applied filters.
You can also start a new search by clicking on Cars For Sale at the top of the page.
Customer Review Summary for Pontiac
Summer Driving Fun
2006 Pontiac SolsticeRagTop Fan - Dallas, TX10/21/2011
It may not have any trunk space, or even any storage space at all. But when the weather is warm and the top is down, WHO CARES? With a snug fitting driver's seat, a tight clutch, and very responsive steering (along with the sun on your face and wind in your hair) the Solstice is a blast to drive! Yeah, I may have lost it a time or two in parking lots because its so small, but once we get on the road that little car chews up the pavement and everyone gets out of the way!!! It can really get up and go!
bad car for the price
2008 Pontiac SolsticeTony - miami, FL11/04/2014
underpower, bad brake system, noise, none trunk space, poor quality sound system....no Bluetooth connection...just avoid this car
2007 Pontiac G6Alex - Olathe, KS12/10/2010
I bought the car for my daughter and she loves it, for the money is a good investment that will last her a long time. Car is very comfortable with plenty room for everyone, since we bought a convertible I was concern about space on the back seats but as it turns out it has plenty leg room.
My daughter doesn't like that it doesn't have an iPod plug in and I must admit she is right, the car is a 2007 model and you will think Pontiac will include that as part of the base model.
One thing that I don't like is the low profile tires, is hard to drive at times specially if you encounter lots of bumps on the road. I'm planning on putting regular tires once she needs tires on car so while is an inconvenience, it will be an easy fix.
Either way my daughter and I love the car.
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.