2006 Pontiac G6Holly P. - Louisville, KY06/24/2009
I absolutely love my G6. It's super sporty, but has enough room for me and my two dogs, or kids whenever they come along. Runs excellent, engine is super quiet and has great pick-up. Gets great gas mileage and it's fun to drive!
I hated to see Pontiac go, I bought one of the last G8 GTs on the lot in 2009 and it has been a great car. The car has been great to me. It seems that Pontiac was just starting to get the quality thing right when GM decided to pull the plug. I have no complaints about this car. I have had it for almost three years and it has never had to go to the dealer except for oil changes, tire rotations and a Trans change. If you are in the market for something like a BMW, don't waste your money on a BMW, get a G8 they look just as good, they have power, the quality is great and they are cheaper than BMW, what more can you ask?
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.
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