2008 Pontiac Torrent

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$23,520 - $29,745
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Engine Engine 3.4LV-6
MPG MPG 17 City / 24 Hwy
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2008 Torrent Overview

The Pontiac Torrent emphasizes a smooth ride and interior versatility.The Torrent is a crossover SUV, meaning it's built more like a car than a truck.The Torrent shares its basic structure with the Chevy Equinox.Torrent comes standard with a V6.It's built on a front-wheel-drive platform, but all-wheel drive is available for winter weather.

We found the Torrent delivers quick acceleration and its styling is restrained, clean and pleasing.Inside, the available leather seats are nice, the premium stereo sounds good, and the low dash offers a good view of the road ahead.The back seat slides and reclines according to your needs for extended leg room or more cargo space.

Options include a clever cargo storage system with handy bins in the floor and wheel wells, plus a lightweight polycarbonate shelf that can be placed in various positions for differing needs; it has hooks for grocery bags and can be configured as a table for tailgate parties.Three 12-volt power outlets come standard.Additional features include four-wheel disc brakes and StabiliTrak electronic stability control, all of which come standard.Dual-stage front airbags for driver and passenger include GM's Passenger Sensing System; and the optional head-curtain side-impact air bags are wired to detect rollovers.A tire pressure monitor is standard.Torrent has earned a five-star (best) rating in federal frontal crash tests.

New for 2008 is a sporty GXP trim boasting a 264-horsepower V6, six-speed automatic transmission, along with sport-tuned steering and suspension components.In addition, changes for 2008 include suspension changes for mainstream Torrents, along with minor equipment changes.

The Torrent also features a remote starter, three new audio systems, one including navigation, as well as two different grades of chrome rims.
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2008 Torrent Overview

The Pontiac Torrent emphasizes a smooth ride and interior versatility.The Torrent is a crossover SUV, meaning it's built more like a car than a truck.The Torrent shares its basic structure with the Chevy Equinox.Torrent comes standard with a V6.It's built on a front-wheel-drive platform, but all-wheel drive is available for winter weather.

We found the Torrent delivers quick acceleration and its styling is restrained, clean and pleasing.Inside, the available leather seats are nice, the premium stereo sounds good, and the low dash offers a good view of the road ahead.The back seat slides and reclines according to your needs for extended leg room or more cargo space.

Options include a clever cargo storage system with handy bins in the floor and wheel wells, plus a lightweight polycarbonate shelf that can be placed in various positions for differing needs; it has hooks for grocery bags and can be configured as a table for tailgate parties.Three 12-volt power outlets come standard.Additional features include four-wheel disc brakes and StabiliTrak electronic stability control, all of which come standard.Dual-stage front airbags for driver and passenger include GM's Passenger Sensing System; and the optional head-curtain side-impact air bags are wired to detect rollovers.A tire pressure monitor is standard.Torrent has earned a five-star (best) rating in federal frontal crash tests.

New for 2008 is a sporty GXP trim boasting a 264-horsepower V6, six-speed automatic transmission, along with sport-tuned steering and suspension components.In addition, changes for 2008 include suspension changes for mainstream Torrents, along with minor equipment changes.

The Torrent also features a remote starter, three new audio systems, one including navigation, as well as two different grades of chrome rims.Hide Full Review