The General Motors Corporation is the largest car manufacturer in the world. It has under its control and supervision the brands of Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, GM Daewoo, Holden, Hummer, Opel Saab Saturn, Vauxhall, the defunct Oldsmobile and Pontiac. The Pontiac marque has been used by the General Motors on automobiles that are produced and marketed in the United Sates and Canada since 1926. From that time on, Pontiac has already introduced a number of outstanding car models such as the GTO, Grand Prix, Grand Am, Vibe, Sunfire, Montana, Aztek, Bonneville and many others. The Pontiac G6 in another model that made an impact in the automobile industry.
The Pontiac G6 is a mid-size car that was introduced during the 2004 North American International Auto Show as a 2005 model. New as it is, some car enthusiasts and experts entertained the idea of considering the G6 as the sixth generation of the best-selling Pontiac automobile Grand Am in a number of respects. Nevertheless, G6 had its own way of making itself known to the public and one of which is when 276 G6 automobiles were given away to the members of the Oprah Winfrey Show. In just a year, G6 was recognized to become the 11th best selling car in the United States, and had already received various awards such as consumers-based industry awards from JD Power (APEAL), Strategic Vision (Total Quality and Delight) and became a Consumer Reports Recommended Buy. It was also acclaimed by the Spanish magazine Automundo when it received the Car of the Year award.
The Pontiac G6 was manufactured to serve as a replacement to the discontinued Pontiac Grand Am. It became an instant rival to Mitsubishi's Galant, Nissan's Altima, Honda's Accord and Ford's Fusion. The front-wheel drive G6 automobile uses a General Motors Epsilon platform having the powerplant positioned at the front portion of the vehicle. Available powerplants for it include a 2.4-liter Ecotec LE5I4 engine, 3.5-liter 3500 LX9 V6 engine producing 201 horsepower, and 3.9-liter LZ9 V6 engine generating 240 horsepower. The G6 was offered in the following body styles — as a 2-door convertible that was introduced at the 2005 Los Angeles Auto Show, 2-door coupe and as 4-door sedan.
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