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2009 Pontiac G6

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Engine Engine 3.5LV-6
MPG MPG 18 City / 29 Hwy
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2009 G6 Overview

The 2009.5 Pontiac G6 brings a fresh appearance some nice engineering upgrades to this sporty lineup of midsize sedans, coupes and convertibles.

A mid-year freshening gives these late-2009 models a sharper look up front, more like that of the top-level GXP.And the four-cylinder is now offered with an optional six-speed automatic transmission that delivers EPA-estimated fuel economy of 22 mpg in the city and 33 on the highway.

We've found these cars enjoyable to drive and quite pleasant.The G6 two-door coupe is sleek and sporty, the convertible features a dramatic folding hardtop, and the sedan is an attractive alternative to other midsize sedans.Most come with V6 engines, though the sedan is available with a four-cylinder engine.

For 2009, XM Satellite Radio is now standard on all models.And several new option packages, which according to Pontiac were inspired by consumer demand, make it easier to upgrade and personalize the G6.As before OnStar, side airbags and anti-lock brakes are standard equipment on all G6's.

We've found the G6 GT and GXP models to have good road manners, even when driven hard, thanks to their long wheelbase and European-designed architecture.This is based on test drives of the G6 GT sedan, GT Convertible, and GXP coupe.

The price point makes the Pontiac G6 a popular choice as a mid-size sedan and we've found it roomy and plush with excellent overall function.The coupe is comfortable and sporty.And for a real open-top experience, the convertible features one of the longest retractable hardtop roofs in production.

The G6 offers some interesting features.It 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.The G6 was designed to offer a strong value among midsize cars, and we think it's an alternative worth considering.
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2009 G6 Overview

The 2009.5 Pontiac G6 brings a fresh appearance some nice engineering upgrades to this sporty lineup of midsize sedans, coupes and convertibles.

A mid-year freshening gives these late-2009 models a sharper look up front, more like that of the top-level GXP.And the four-cylinder is now offered with an optional six-speed automatic transmission that delivers EPA-estimated fuel economy of 22 mpg in the city and 33 on the highway.

We've found these cars enjoyable to drive and quite pleasant.The G6 two-door coupe is sleek and sporty, the convertible features a dramatic folding hardtop, and the sedan is an attractive alternative to other midsize sedans.Most come with V6 engines, though the sedan is available with a four-cylinder engine.

For 2009, XM Satellite Radio is now standard on all models.And several new option packages, which according to Pontiac were inspired by consumer demand, make it easier to upgrade and personalize the G6.As before OnStar, side airbags and anti-lock brakes are standard equipment on all G6's.

We've found the G6 GT and GXP models to have good road manners, even when driven hard, thanks to their long wheelbase and European-designed architecture.This is based on test drives of the G6 GT sedan, GT Convertible, and GXP coupe.

The price point makes the Pontiac G6 a popular choice as a mid-size sedan and we've found it roomy and plush with excellent overall function.The coupe is comfortable and sporty.And for a real open-top experience, the convertible features one of the longest retractable hardtop roofs in production.

The G6 offers some interesting features.It 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.The G6 was designed to offer a strong value among midsize cars, and we think it's an alternative worth considering.Hide Full Review