2006 Pontiac G6

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$16,365 - $29,365
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Engine Engine 2.4LI-4
MPG MPG 23 City / 34 Hwy
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2006 G6 Overview

The Pontiac G6 lineup has been expanded for 2006.A sleek two-door coupe and a dramatic folding hardtop convertible join the attractive four-door sedan that was launched as an all-new nameplate for 2005.

The mission of the G6 is to beat the Honda Accord, Nissan Altima and Mazda6 on value, a proposition bolstered by GM's lower prices for 2006.While the G6 doesn't offer the refinement or attention to detail of its Japanese rivals, it's an alternative worth considering for shoppers in the mid-size car market.(The G6 replaces the Grand Am, which has been discontinued.)

The G6 sedan line has been expanded for 2006 as well, with multiple engine and trim levels available.Engine choices for 2006 include a 2.4-liter four cylinder for the base model, the 3.5-liter V6 that comes on the GT, and a 3.9-liter V6 with variable valve timing for the new GTP models.Transmission choices include four-speed automatics for all three engine choices and a six-speed manual for the high-performance 3.9-liter GTP.

We've driven a G6 GT sedan and a GTP Coupe.We found the G6 has good road manners even when driven hard, benefits of its long wheelbase and European-designed architecture.The sedan is roomy and plush with excellent overall function and its price point has made it a popular choice as a mid-size sedan.The coupe is comfortable and sporty.

The G6 offers some interesting features.The car can be started remotely from the comfort of your home by pressing a button on the key fob, a luxury on bitter cold winter mornings or sweltering summer afternoons.A Panoramic roof is available on sedans, with panels that slide rearward creating a sunroof large enough for the back seat riders to enjoy an open-air experience.For a real open-top experience, the new convertible features one of the longest retractable hardtop roofs in production.
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2006 G6 Overview

The Pontiac G6 lineup has been expanded for 2006.A sleek two-door coupe and a dramatic folding hardtop convertible join the attractive four-door sedan that was launched as an all-new nameplate for 2005.

The mission of the G6 is to beat the Honda Accord, Nissan Altima and Mazda6 on value, a proposition bolstered by GM's lower prices for 2006.While the G6 doesn't offer the refinement or attention to detail of its Japanese rivals, it's an alternative worth considering for shoppers in the mid-size car market.(The G6 replaces the Grand Am, which has been discontinued.)

The G6 sedan line has been expanded for 2006 as well, with multiple engine and trim levels available.Engine choices for 2006 include a 2.4-liter four cylinder for the base model, the 3.5-liter V6 that comes on the GT, and a 3.9-liter V6 with variable valve timing for the new GTP models.Transmission choices include four-speed automatics for all three engine choices and a six-speed manual for the high-performance 3.9-liter GTP.

We've driven a G6 GT sedan and a GTP Coupe.We found the G6 has good road manners even when driven hard, benefits of its long wheelbase and European-designed architecture.The sedan is roomy and plush with excellent overall function and its price point has made it a popular choice as a mid-size sedan.The coupe is comfortable and sporty.

The G6 offers some interesting features.The car can be started remotely from the comfort of your home by pressing a button on the key fob, a luxury on bitter cold winter mornings or sweltering summer afternoons.A Panoramic roof is available on sedans, with panels that slide rearward creating a sunroof large enough for the back seat riders to enjoy an open-air experience.For a real open-top experience, the new convertible features one of the longest retractable hardtop roofs in production.Hide Full Review