Pontiac G6

Pontiac G6 is a type of mid-size car produced by General Motors, an American automobile manufacturer, in 2004. It was intended to be the successor of Pontiac Grand Am. The company ended the production of Pontiac G6 in 2010, and it was later replaced by Buick LaCrosse and Buick Regal. It was assembled in Lake Orion, Michigan, United States.

 

Factsheet:

-          Pontiac G6 was built based on the GM Epsilon platform. It has transverse front-engine front-wheel-drive layout with three different body styles, namely 2-door convertible, 2-door coupe, and 4-door sedan.

-          It features seven different types of engines, namely 2.4 liters LE5 inline-four engine, 2.4 liters LE9 inline-four engine, 3.5 liters LX9 V6 engine, 3.5 liters LZ4 V6 engine, 3.5 liters LZE V6 engine, 3.6 liters LY7 V6 engine, and 3.9 liters LZ8 V9 engine. All engines use gasoline fuel.

-          It features 4 types of transmission systems, namely 4-speed 4T45 automatic transmission, 6-speed 6T40 automatic transmission, 4-speed 6T70 automatic transmission, and 6-speed F40 manual transmission system.

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