Despite already selling a version of the
, it seems that the coffers at
may bring the
to the U.S. market. Already sold to our neighbors up north, though known in
as the Wave, the
is a slightly revised
, which is currently the cheapest vehicle the General offers for sale in the U.S. Oddly enough, the G3 would not post significantly better
figures than the already available
, though it would undercut its slightly larger sibling by a few thousand dollars. While we can see the reasoning behind wanting as full a vehicle line-up as possible for
representing the Pontiac-Buick-GMC trifecta, the G3 seems to do little more than continue to water-down
already shaky performance image.
, the Pontiac G3 was just recently approved for sale as a 2009 model by the
. According to
, though, some dealers and even some executives within
itself were surprised by the decision to get the G3 certified for sale in the states. Sounds like we may not be the only ones who think that the G3 may be a bit too much brand-dilution.
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