2006 Pontiac Solstice

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$19,915 - $19,915
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Engine Engine 2.4LI-4
MPG MPG 20 City / 28 Hwy
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2006 Solstice Overview

Pontiac faithful have been getting short shrift in recent years.The General Motors division assigned the task of building and selling excitement hasn't been doing well in either regard.The Firebird is history.An Australian import wears the emperor's clothes but hasn't earned the crown.A four-door sedan carries the badge once proudly worn by a NASCAR winner.Cheer up, people, your wait is over.

The long-awaited, 2006 Pontiac Solstice is here at last.It's a great-looking, two-door, two-seater, drop-top sports car for less than 20 big ones.Okay, that's the base price, and there will be few if any base models at a dealer anytime soon, but even adding all the available options boosts the price only to about $25,000.

Initially, the Solstice sticks to the basics of a two-seat roadster.It comes with a five-speed manual and a 177-horsepower four-cylinder engine.There's no electronic stability program, antilock brakes cost extra, and occupant safety features are the bare minimum.

But for many drivers, basic delivers.We found the Solstice fun, easy to drive, and a hands-down head-turner.And it's built right here in the U.S.A.
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2006 Solstice Overview

Pontiac faithful have been getting short shrift in recent years.The General Motors division assigned the task of building and selling excitement hasn't been doing well in either regard.The Firebird is history.An Australian import wears the emperor's clothes but hasn't earned the crown.A four-door sedan carries the badge once proudly worn by a NASCAR winner.Cheer up, people, your wait is over.

The long-awaited, 2006 Pontiac Solstice is here at last.It's a great-looking, two-door, two-seater, drop-top sports car for less than 20 big ones.Okay, that's the base price, and there will be few if any base models at a dealer anytime soon, but even adding all the available options boosts the price only to about $25,000.

Initially, the Solstice sticks to the basics of a two-seat roadster.It comes with a five-speed manual and a 177-horsepower four-cylinder engine.There's no electronic stability program, antilock brakes cost extra, and occupant safety features are the bare minimum.

But for many drivers, basic delivers.We found the Solstice fun, easy to drive, and a hands-down head-turner.And it's built right here in the U.S.A.Hide Full Review