2009 Pontiac G6
124,828 Miles
$5,660

Morris, MN
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2008 Pontiac G6
101,324 Miles
$5,890

Milford, CT
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2007 Pontiac G6
78,962 Miles
$7,995

Inver Grove Heights, MN
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2006 Pontiac G6
148,380 Miles
$4,900

Janesville, WI
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2008 Pontiac G6
102,000 Miles
$4,800

Denver, CO
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2006 Pontiac G6
62,517 Miles
$7,995

Mechanicsburg, PA
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2009 Pontiac G6
89,796 Miles
$7,395

Cookeville, TN
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2009 Pontiac G6
93,834 Miles
$4,798

Eden Prairie, MN
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2008 Pontiac G6
129,734 Miles
$4,493

Brooklyn Park, MN
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2007 Pontiac G6
59,546 Miles
$6,995

La Habra, CA
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2008 Pontiac G6
108,350 Miles
$6,000

Gurnee, IL
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2008 Pontiac G6
130,933 Miles
$3,299

Joliet, IL
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2005 Pontiac G6
184,212 Miles
$2,990

Villa Park, IL
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2008 Pontiac G6
113,098 Miles
$5,995

Oak Lawn, IL
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2009 Pontiac G6
80,560 Miles
$6,991

Orland Park, IL
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2008 Pontiac G6
183,635 Miles
$2,799

Elgin, IL
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2009 Pontiac G6
76,458 Miles
$6,800

Libertyville, IL
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2007 Pontiac G6
109,069 Miles
$6,999

Sacramento, CA
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2008 Pontiac G6
107,363 Miles
$6,988

Huntley, IL
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2005 Pontiac G6
97,786 Miles
$4,999

Elgin, IL
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Pontiac G6 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2007 Pontiac G6 - Bittersweet hardtop convertible

Tom
Anaheim, California
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
2.0
The Pontiac G6 GT Convertible on paper looks to be a budget hardtop convertible for the size and class. I purchased the one with the 3.9L V6 engine and the "heavy-duty" transmission (4T65-E). For starters, the fit and finish of the car came a long way from the "classic" GM "Rubbermaid" style interiors. The material choices were of a much higher grade, plastics are softer, vinyl is softer and feels more "leather-like" than the actual leather in the car. Floor mats and carpets are thicker and give a little luxury feel to the car. The fitment between dashboard trim pieces is very precise, so there are little to no visible gaps at all. For the price of the vehicle, some features that are taken as "standard" were not available -- for example, auxiliary audio inputs and GPS navigation were n... (more)
Story
This car managed to get a crowd at the supermarket parking lot when I started taking the top down. Adults and children were quite entertained, to them, it was like a slow Transformer.
Pros
The best features to this car -- hardtop convertible, great stereo system, good fit and finish for the price, quality interior feel.
Cons
Mechanically unreliable, frame flexing after about 4-5 years of ownership.

2009 Pontiac G6 - I love my Pontiac.

G6 Owner
Vancouver, Washington
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
The 2009 Pontiac G6 GT is a working mans luxury car. At a very affordable price, you get all the smoothness and perks you would in a higher-end luxury car. Standard basics on this car are upgrades in almost all other cars in its price range. It comes equipped with OnStar, XM satellite radio, genuine certified leather seats, custom paint, custom tires and rims, extra seat padding, super absorbent shocks, anti-lock breaking system, auto head lights, fog lots, surprisingly powerful horsepower capable of zooming up tall mountains, it has superb control for weaving in and out of traffic, has a tight turning capability that puts it on par with turning a little car, and it is quiet. I bought mine brand new, I've had it for 60k miles and it still runs like a champ. Have not had any major issue... (more)
Story
I was sort of racing a mustang in Oregon on I5 near the California border. Once we started going up the Siskiyou mountains, the mustang couldn't keep up. My car loves hills and mountains and did not suffer a lessening of speed when the real mountain climbing began, unless I put on the breaks of course.
Pros
Steering radius, smoothness of the ride, effortless power of the car, how fast it speeds up, the ease of which it handles going in and out of traffic, the car handles great in all weather conditions, including a foot of snow.
Cons
Everything is custom. Anytime anything goes wrong or needs a repair, like a tire rim gets bent, you're going to have to find a scrapped Pontiac to get another rim, replace all your rims, or special order a rim if you want them to match that is. Same thing with everything about that car that I've seen so far, including the paint which has to be specially ordered. Since they shut Pontiac down as a company, its even harder to get stock parts now. The transmission system is a closed system so you're going to have to take it to a dealership to change out tranny fluid unless you have those tools... (more)

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