About Pontiac G6
The Pontiac G6, Manufactured by General Motors, made its debut in 2005 under the Pontiac brand. It replaced the previous Grand Am and the model year was from 2005 to 2010. Designed by Jelani Aliyu, the car was assembled at Lake Orion, Michigan, United States (Orion Assembly) on the GM Epsilon platform. Its body style included a 2-door convertible, 2-door coupe, and 4-door sedan. Its Production ended in 2010 after the Pontiac line was discontinued.
Featuring keyless entry, satellite radio, power locks/windows, remote starting system traction control/ABS, electronic stability control, automatic headlights, and a panoramic sunroof option, Pontiac G6 got several trim levels including Value Leader, Base, GT, and GTP. As it were in most vehicles, other amenities and parts were up to the trim level and the 2005 Pontiac G6 boasts two trim levels, that is, Base and GT. The GT offered additional parts including extra speakers for the stereo, remote starter, and so on. You may choose revised parts online to get a comfortable driving experience.
Pontiac G6 parts online
2006 witnessed the birth of another version of the Pontiac coupe and convertible in the lineup. Two new trim levels, namely Value Leader and Base, were also added to provide users options. They used an inline Ecotec 4-cylinder engine instead of the previous 3.5L V6. The GTP uses a new 3.9L V6 that can produce a maximum of 240 horsepower through variable valve timing.
For marketing, publicity attaches great importance to the launch of the G6. It made great efforts to do well, manifested by the fact that more than 200 hundred cars were given away to the audience in the Oprah Winfrey Show on the talk show's fall 2004 season premiere and there were other efforts to do publicity which also cost a lot. That publicity of cars undoubtedly won the attention of the world and contributed to the sales of the cars. The sales of the G6 have always impressed people with its delicate parts. Over the last decades, Pontiac has sold over 140,000 units per year on average, becoming one of the leaders in its class.