Used 2006 Pontiac Values

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(Model years 2010 - 1926 including exotics and classic cars)
The 2006 Pontiac G6 is a sporty five-passenger car that adds a two-door coupe and hardtop convertible to the existing sedan body-style.
A sporty mid-size sedan with seating for five, the 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix is offered in three trim levels including the potent GXP.
A sporty two-door coupe with seating for four, the 2006 Pontiac GTO has a 400 hp 6.0L V8 under the hood and has entered its final year of production.
The 2006 Pontiac Montana SV6 blends the style of a minivan with that of an SUV and seats seven passengers with room for cargo left over.
A brand-new soft-top convertible sports car, the 2006 Pontiac Solstice seats two passengers so the driver can share the top-down motoring experience.
A brand-new crossover SUV that seats five-passengers, the 2006 Pontiac Torrent is powered by a 3.4L V6 and is available with AWD or FWD.
The 2006 Pontiac Vibe is a brand-new five-passenger wagon based on the Toyota Matrix, and it comes equipped with a 1.8L four-cylinder which earns over 30 mpg in the city and on the highway.

Following the G6's high-profile entrance in 2005, the 2006 model year shows Pontiac engaged in a campaign of extensive rebranding. Perhaps the new soul of Pontiac, an all-new compact performance roadster called the Solstice premieres. The 2006 Pontiac Solstice is a rear-wheel drive, two-seat drop-top balancing comfort and driving dynamics. For 2006, the Pontiac G6 line-up adds two more body style choices in addition to the already-available sedan. A sporty two-door coupe and a stunning retractable hardtop convertible model of the 2006 G6 shares a sophisticated, performance-minded appearance. A GTP model of the Pontiac G6 is also added for 2006 propelled by a 3.9-liter V-6 engine. For 2006, the Grand Am has also been officially replaced by the G6. Replacing the awkward Aztec crossover vehicle, the Pontiac Torrent features more conservative exterior styling. The new five-passenger, mid-sized crossover is powered by a 185-horsepower, 3.4-liter V-6 engine with available all-wheel drive. A continuously featured nameplate in the Pontiac line-up since 1958, the Bonneville is no more starting in 2006. The mid-sized Pontiac Grand Prix inherits the role as the brand's flagship sedan.