The spoiler of the coupe model will be much more aggressive, which appeals to younger crowds. The sedan model apparently targets middle-aged and family oriented car owners.
Like the name suggest, the G6 will be a six cylinder engine. The total horsepower comes to an impressive 252 horsepower, and state of the art engine technology offers even more benefits in performance.
The hood scoop is more for than just show, since it also helps induce more air flow into the engine, so it runs more efficient and cooler. Overall the engine improves fuel efficiency by as much as 4%, so it appeals to family car owners as well.
The 2008 Pontiac G6 GXP is more than good design, since it has some interesting features as well. A seat warming feature will ensure seats don’t get too cold in winter time. A remote vehicle starter can come as an upgrade, which defeats the time consuming task of installing one.
Power windows, locks, seats, and even pedals ensure that everything is adjusted to the proper height and location. Of course, having all of these features doesn’t mean anything at all if the car is stolen. The Pontiac G6 has an anti-theft system that will ensure investing in the car won’t be a total loss.
The 2008 Pontiac G6 GXP is an interesting lineup, because it appeals to two different markets. Younger crowds will flock to the coupe model, and take advantage of all the different upgrades and features. Family members also see a nice benefit from the car, and not just because it is dependable and stylish.
The improved fuel efficiency can help save on gas bills- and who doesn’t like to save a little money? The 2008 Pontiac G6 is a great all-around vehicle, and the price isn’t too far out of reach. If a dependable coupe or sedan with improved fuel efficiency is needed- this is one of the most stylish that money can buy.