Pontiac Service Manuals:
Produced by General Motors, Pontiac is a marque of automobiles that has been sold in the United States, Canada and Mexico since the year 1926 making it about eighty years – one of the longest brands to stay on the market. Looking at the General Motors Line Up, the Pontiac is a mid-level brand that provides a more sporty and performance driving experience at a reasonable price. It also adds a youthful feeling to its advertising. In its history, it was introduced by GM as a more economical version of their Oakland Motor Car line.
Regarding its logo, the Pontiac logo was originally intended to represent an Indian, the Indian, the head of the arrow. One of the earliest slangs for this brand was to call an Indian, who is still being used by a few hot mares and enthusiasts. And one of the remarkable vehicles that carry this logo is the 2006 Pontiac G6 – a 2 or 4-door sports car, a family limousine or a sports limousine that can accommodate up to five passengers. Available in seven screens, this vehicle ranges from the 1 SV to the GTP sedan. It has a gas mileage of 23 mpg when you drive on the city, or 34 mpg if it means driving on the highway. It has a 4-speed automatic transmission.
Introduced in 2005, the Pontiac G6 was seen as a new vehicle. And certainly additional improvements have been made to suit his name. Two additional body styles linking the original sedan is the biggest change made to the Pontiac G6 for this year. At the end of last year, a two-door coupé was launched, and this year 2006 a two-door convertible will be rolling off the motorways. The Pontiac G6’s Cabriolet-Top is a two-piece clamshell design, which falls cleanly into the trunk when lowering. Added to this is a new performance-oriented GTP trim level, which includes a 240-horsepower V6, six-speed manual transmission, 18-inch wheels, and standard stability control. The list of changes made to this model also includes a standard driver’s seat, a new passenger recognition system for the airbag deployment, and a new three-spoke steering wheel design.
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For the 2006 Pontiac G6, benefits include three different body styles to choose from, a spacious interior, interesting features such as the sedan panoramic sliding roof and comfortable front seats. However, on the other hand, objections to this model includes the electric steering provides little sense of the road, lack of attention to details, not refined suspension and a nose-heavy handling. Standard features for the Pontiac G6 consist of a trunk anti-trap device, front-powered vented disc and rear power 270mm solid disc brakes, an AM / FM radio with search / scan and 6 speakers and A CD player. Options include side head curtain airbags and front-side airbags, 4-wheel anti-lock brakes, and an AM / FM radio with an in-dash 6-CD CD changer.