This is an overall "ok" vehicle. Sleek look, good handling, decent MPG. However keep in mind it is a GM and has a horrible depreciation rate (like most American vehicles) but for the money you get what you pay for. Many people have had this problem and there has been an official recall for the 05-06 G6 models, the brake lamps may not operate properly because of a corrosion in the wiring harness. Therefore not warning following drivers that the vehicle is braking and can possible lead to a collision. Anyway, it's supposed to be "fixed" for free so if you have that problem, there ya go. 3 star rating overall, nothing special -- decent car.
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