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Fast, Fun For Two.
It was pretty fast in stock form. I have since removed about 200 lbs of body weight, added a ram air intake, had it tuned, and put a Dejon overbooster on it. Stock it had 20 lbs of boost good for a ... Read More
Awesome Fun !
Lack of any real storage is a problem, and the reason I use the car so infrequently. That is the only bad thing I can say about the Pontiac Solstice GXP Convertible. It's for fun, and it is fun. You'l... Read More
Overview of 2009 Pontiac Solstice GXP By Michael Perkins
With more power from a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine, the GXP trim of the 2009 Pontiac Solstice comes closest to meeting the sports-car aspirations of this American roadster. This is reinforced by a sport suspension, foglights and a leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel, but convenience and luxury haven’t been ignored. You’ll also find a full power package including the top, mirrors, windows, locks and remote keyless entry, as well as Bluetooth added to the satellite-ready CD/MP3 player, which sports a digital media connection. The steering wheel gains radio controls, and the driver benefits from cruise here, as well as power and height adjustment for his bucket seat. A 5-speed manual is still the transmission of choice, and things are kept civil via features like traction and stability control, a rear limited-slip differential and 4-wheel antilock discs hiding behind 18-inch polished alloy wheels.
This overview covers the GXP trim only.
Please see our 2009 Pontiac Solstice Overview for more information.
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