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2007 Pontiac G6 GTReview
Kristen writes:
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Best Car I've Ever Had — This car is AWESOME!!!! Remote start, heated seats, sunroof... What more could I ask for? Even though it's a 4 banger, it still has get up and go. Great looking car on inside and outside. I couldn't think of a better car.

Pros: EVERYTHING

Cons: NOTHING

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Katie writes:
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It Is A G6 — It has great peformance and it has a good built quality it appears good it does wel on gas miledge and it drives smooth The car is very fun and excitihng to drive its green which is my favorite color and it has balls lol

Pros: it drives well

Cons: its kind of small

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2007 Pontiac G6 GT CoupeReview
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Her Name Is Phyllis — Monsoon sound is incredible. 3 speakers in each door & 2 subs in the back. This car can pick up so much speed without you knowing! Love the way she handles and the seats fit my small frame perfectly. Wish she didn't dent & scratch so easily. Paid $17,500 fully loaded w/ leather, seat heaters, 6 disk CD changer, and a moon roof.

Pros: The Monsoon sound is incredible and the ride is so smooth & quiet

Cons: The doors are too heavy and it dent's easily

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2007 Pontiac G6 GTReview
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I Love My G6!! — When i got my G6 i just fell in love with it. It is so fun to drive. I just takes off from a stop. the handling, braking, and acceleration put all together is just amazing. its great looking too! i just love it all around. i'll most likely get another pontiac that's similar in the future...

Pros: fun, fast, good looking, safe, cool, etc!

Cons: not the very best fuel economy

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2007 Pontiac G6 GT ConvertibleReview
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Sweet G6 — Olya and I really enjoy the way this car handles. The ride is smooth, the interior is well put together with just enough luxury to make you feel like you're driving an adult car. The doors close with a solid thwump and the power windows edge up upon closing to give the cabinet an extra secure and quiet feel. Having a retractable hardtop provides both the open wind experience as well as the quiet of a sports coupe the two of us demanded in a sports car. Love it, love it, love it!!!

Pros: Thrill factor, acceleration, speed, handling...hardtop convertible, heated leather seats...., monsoon stereo system, 6 disc in dash CD player...auto stick option, 18 inch alloy wheels!!!

Cons: gasoline, gasoline, gasoline!!!!!

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2007 Pontiac G6 GT ConvertibleReview
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The G6 — this car was awesome! drove it to prom, it definitely got up and went. really sweet with the top down, but that woulda messed up her hair so didn't get to do that too much. still really sweet though.

Pros: great performance and style

Cons: didn't get to drive it enough

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2007 Pontiac G6 GTReview
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.. — it has amazing pickup and cornering. havent had any major problems with it as far as mechanical issues. white exterior, tan ineterior with black trim. 6 disc cd changer. really enjoy driving it. gets only about 20 miles to the gallon which isnt that good for a car, but im not complaining about it too much. came stock with chrome pontiac rims.

Pros: quick, good handling, comfortable, plent of room

Cons: not that great on gas

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2007 Pontiac G6 BaseReview
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My Little Blue Baby — I love this car! It handles very nicely for driving on the expressway daily. Not to mention, it looks hot!

Pros: The color, stereo, dashboard, um just about everything

Cons: Nothing yet, except the buttons on the stereo seem to be losing paint fast

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2007 Pontiac G6 GT CoupeReview
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Quite The Looker...needs A Few Upgrades —

3.5L 224 hp,seats 4 ppl, 23-29 mpg Can I be bias in a saying that this is one of my favorites? I can't say my auto resume is impressive by any means, but I've seen and ridden in my share of nice vehicles. Being an avid reader of both Car & Driver and Road & Track magazines, I can safely say I have an above-average knowledge of cars. From a professional venue, this car has been proven to be faster than the new mustang gt (that really doesn't say much about Ford) while sporting a lower horsepower figure than the not-so-impressive pony. It's safety features are superb for a lower priced vehicle and its sexy swoop of a body has been heralded to turn heads. She's not a 36 24 36 like a corvette, but Pontiac didn't disappoint. Braking is excellent and road-hugging ability gets a check-plus...we can express the gratitude to the sticky Continental tires which the G6 sports handsomely. Now from the personal experience side of the car. I believe this venue has a bit more edge and less bias...and you'll understand why. First, safety. I had a 2006 metallic blue g6 gt (same model as my current 2007, but had less hp). Four months after the purchase date, I crashed it. Imagine this for me...going 55 mph on a rural four-lane highway (the posted speed limit, mind you), you lose control and start fish-tailing crossing over all lanes then slamming into a solid 20 foot high embankment, flipping backwards then rolling four times before finally coming to a rest upside down. It's not a good sign when your grill is in your dashboard. After waiting 45 minutes to finally be pulled from the driver seat, you are able to survey the wreckage. The whole front is missing it's pretty face, but in return you see the solid once-hidden bumper that kept your knees from being pounded into the dashboard. The still upside down vehicle is being supported by roll bars hidden within the top panel and is not buckling at all by the 7,000 some pounds pressing down upon it, and even the driver window is completely intact despite the roller coaster spin, and the passenger window was only busted by your friend who kicked it open to escape a possible inferno (i just filled up at the gas station). You realize that you're sunroof was open when the crash occurred and could have easily been the gauntlet to your head...but once again, thanks roll bars. All air bags were fully deployed on impact and were now resting deflated and dusty. After that, you and your two friends realize you walked away from that with not only a few bruises, but another day of life. Okay, so maybe that was a little dramatic. But it was a reality for myself. That car saved me. Second, performance. I've talked to people with their WRX's, mustangs, wrx's, dodge whatevers, civics, celicas, and whatever wanna-be race cars. All of told me that after hitting 110 mph, their vehicles start to shake like Hurricane Katrina is biting at their rubber. Well one beautiful, sunny day, I attempted to out-drive a V8 Dakota whose cocky driver was basically harrassing me. So to avoid his obnoxious antics, I took my car up to a justifiable 131 mph. My car only goes up to 140. Did she shake? No. Did she squeal under the pressure? No. Did she flutter left or right under the pressure of undercarraige airflow? No. She drove like she does at 45. Smooth and sure. Now, all you daredevils out there, I'm not telling you this so you can take your experimental joyrides in your G6 because YOU WILL get one of four things: 1. arrested for endangering fellow commuters 2. 6 points or more for wreckless 3. upside down in a ditch after flipping 37 times 4. death. So do me a favor, and don't pull a stunt like me. So take a professional driving experience class if you have that need for speed.

Pros: Sexy design, great special order (from the factory) 17" rims, sticky Continental tires, nice chrome accents, quick ride w/o the gas-guzzler tax, safety up the wazoo, responsive braking and steering, American, head-turner (I've gotten a TON of complients), flexible side mirrors ( I totally slammed into one of those shelves at a Starbucks drive thru and it didnt do any damage), drives nice, hugs road curves like none other, very spacious for a coupe,

Cons: the air compressor gave out on me after a little over a year...i have a 5 yr/100,000 mile warranty so I didn't have to pay for it, but the dealership I took it too 2x were lazy jerks. I took it to Wakefield in Spartanburg and they treated me like royalty. I got a nice 06 grand prix for a rental (really nice car! I recommend it!) and they fixed the problem. My driver side vanity mirror broke, so i got that replaced...and not due to over-use, so don't get any ideas. I had a leak in the sunroof that leaked after it rained for like 7 days straight...it pissed me off but it did rain a lot...

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2007 Pontiac G6 GTP CoupeReview
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Zero To 60 In G6 Seconds. — It is a practical everyday driver with a lot of pep. Very sporty and fun to drive has enough power to compete with the German competition, & ricers have no chance against this savage. The 0-60 time is impressive but it is the 70-100+ that makes the car smashing.

Pros: FWD with no torque steer, Hi-Reving Hi-Torque V6 matched with a six speed gear box. Digital fuel and oil meters 21mpg city and 24mpg highway provided I'm not driving like a dick. BMW like performance that is affordable for everyone.

Cons: Interior materials not as nice as a BMW the only con that I can think of.

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Reviews From Other Years

2010 Pontiac G6 Reviews

Sporty Family Car By x10xx30xx09x

Great commuter or family vehicle. Has great amount of cargo space for traveling. I love the seats being so adjustable, making it comfortable for trips 5+ hours long without stopping. Have not had any ... Read More

Good Daily Driver By Chelette

Good car i have had zero maintance problem since i bought the car in 2009, and i have put 72,000 miles on it. good gas mileage i normaly get around 30 mpg. thats just on regular driving around town.... Read More

2009 Pontiac G6 Reviews

Review By Steve

Was to high priced for the year of it. Read More

Review By Guru9YLPNM

Very nice and clean good on gas just wish it had a back camera Read More

2008 Pontiac G6 Reviews

Review By Guru9WMRR6

Would of liked to know its been wrecked.. brakes n routers are bout shot.. block pecks.. back rims bent.. would not recommend Read More

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2006 Pontiac G6 Reviews

Review By Tom

In the right climate, a good vehicle. Not good in the snow. Read More

Review By Guru9WCFYD

This car had everything I was looking for. Thanks for your help Car Gurus Read More

2005 Pontiac G6 Reviews

Good For An American Car By Ares

Love the space, reliability and fuel efficiency. I'm not an American car guy but with this one I definitely love it. I don't like the fact that you can't adjust the drivers seat. So I feel like I'm... Read More

Worth It By sangam1987

the perfect combination of power and style. Awesome speakers, smooth steering, great acceleration, good economy, road grip is fab, sun roof is great ...I love the car. Have driven it single handedly s... Read More

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