2006 Pontiac G6 Overview


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Avg. Price: $6,906
Base V6
Avg. Price: $7,150
Avg. Price: $7,791
GT Convertible
Avg. Price: $10,409
GT Coupe
Avg. Price: $8,392
Avg. Price: $8,319
GTP Convertible
Avg. Price: $11,483
GTP Coupe
Avg. Price: $8,813
Special Value 1SV
Avg. Price: $6,833

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Average User Score

4.35 stars

Based on 70 reviews

What Is A Review Title by Philicity
 — The only thing that I dislike about my car is that it is a 4 speed sports shift automatic and I prefer 5 or 6 speed manuals The sticker price was a little more than I wanted to spend BUT the dealershi... Read More
One Of The Great Cars On The Road by Davina
 — i love this car, it gives me a rush when i drive it... the handleing is great and very smooth. the build quality is great i never had to replace anything since i bought it. the outside looks sexy and ... Read More
Beauty Is Skin Deep by Cameron
 — A Gorgeous car, the looks are definitely a reason to but this car but it has some disadvantages. While it has agile acceleration and good MPG it lacks firm handling especially at low speeds. The inter... Read More

2006 Pontiac G6 Overview

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2006 Pontiac G6

Pontiac added a lot more excitement to its 2006 G6 lineup.  Last year's base and GT sedan models now get a coupe and convertible and a new GTP trim.  More engine choices complement the single 3.5-liter, 201-hp V6 engine from last year.  The G6 sedan comes as a base model, with either a new 2.4-liter, 4-cylinder, 167-hp engine or the old 3.5 V6.  A G6 1SV sedan features the I4 and has fewer options, such as no ABS brakes or sunroof.  The GT sedan, coupe, and convertible feature the 3.5 V6, while the new GTP models carry a larger 3.9, 240-hp V6.  All come with a 4-speed automatic.  The GT and GTP have a manual mode automatic, and a 6-speed manual transmission is optional on the GTP models.
While the base sedans come well stocked, with power driver's seat, power windows, locks, and doors, and cruise control, the GT and GTP models feature more sports suspension, stronger anti-sway bars, and larger tires (17 and 18 inches respectively).  ABS brakes and traction control are standard for these trims, and optional for all but the 1SV sedan.  Other options across the line are heated seats, leather upholstery, remote start, side curtain airbags, power-adjustable pedals, and a traditional or Panoramic four panel-sunroof.  
A lot of owners like their 2006 Pontiac G6 for its good fuel economy for a mid-size car, instant acceleration, and cruising speeds on the highway.  It handles and performs nicely, and the exterior styling makes it look sportier and pricier than it really is.  They also like the long list of features it comes with.  On the negative side, owners point out that leaks can develop around the sunroof and B pillar, the Panoramic sunroof tends to rattle, rear visibility is compromised by a high back-end, and the interior parts look plastic and cheap.


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