Monday, August 1, 2011

Pontiac G6: The Sedan, the Coupe, the Convertible


The Pontiac G6 is a vehicle that is running under the Pontiac division of the automobile manufacturer Common Motors. It has been rolling by way of streets and roads because the year 2005 and at present, this vehicle is still continuously becoming manufactured. It replaced the spot and niche that the Pontiac Grand Am left vacant when the production of this latter vehicle was halted. The Pontiac G6 that replaced it is crafted and developed as a midsize vehicle.

The Pontiac G6 has been produced on the market in a couple of body styles. These comprise of the convertible, the coupe, and the sedan. The convertible has two doors and is priced at $28,490 and is the most expensive amongst the 3. The coupe has two doors as effectively yet it is priced a great deal lower than the convertible at $21,790. Having said that, the sedan holds four doors and is the least highly-priced of all which has a price tag of $16,990. All the body styles of the Pontiac G6 are built on the FF Epsilon platform. The power for this vehicle comes from three engine alternatives which are the two.4 L Ecotec LE5 I4 engine, the three.5 L 3500 LX9 V6 engine, and the 3.9 L 3900 LZ8 V6 engine. As per the exterior colors, the selections comprise of Stealth Gray Metallic, Liquid Silver Metallic, Ivory White, Black, Granite Metallic, Crimson Red, Sedona Beige Metallic, Electric Blue Metallic, and Emerald Green Metallic. The key competition of the Pontiac G6 is stated to be the Misubishi Galant, the Nissan Altima, the Honda Accord, and the Ford Fusion.

The Pontiac G6 has the capacity to in fact take in five passengers in its interior. It has also been produced obtainable in nine trim levels that range from the 1SV sedan to the GTP convertible. Also, this vehicle was initially introduced to the public in the course of the 2004 North American International Auto Show and throughout that time, the Pontiac G6 still rode on the GM Epsilon platform which is distinctive from the platform that the current version has.

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