2007 Pontiac G6 Values
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2007 model year changes
Redesigned in 2005, the G6 replaced the Grand Am as Pontiac's mid-size offering. It is again available as a coupe, convertible, and sedan. For 2007, the coupe receives a more powerful base V6 engine capable of 224 horsepower, up from 201 horsepower in 2006. A leather-wrapped steering wheel, shifter and brake handle are now standard on the coupe. The GTP's engine, no longer available on the convertible, also receives a slight boost in power. The GTP engine is mated to a six-speed automatic rather than last-year's four-speed slushbox. Side curtain air bags are now standard on the coupe and sedan.
Low-cost V6; clever four-piece folding sunroof on sedan; retractable hard top convertible available.
Special features for 2007
All 2007 Pontiac G6s include remote keyless entry, four-wheel disc brakes, cruise control, and power windows and door locks, which makes the G6 a competitive value when compared with the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla. It's a near perfect match to the Ford Fusion and Chrysler Sebring, offering similar features and power for the same money. The G6 does include a standard power front seat, an feature exclusive to the class. The base sedan includes an economical 2.4L Ecotec four-cylinder and four-speed automatic transmission. Cruise control, air conditioning, and head and side-impact air bags are also standard.
Redesigned for 2007, the Pontiac G6 is a five-passenger car that is offered as a two-door, four-door or two-door convertible, with trim levels ranging from 1SV, GT, GTP and GT convertible. The base sedan's offer a 2.4liter four-cylinder with 169HP, the GT get a 3.5Liter V6 rated at 252HP, and the GTP getting a 3.6Liter V6 producing 252HP. The GT convertible gets a 3.5Liter 217HP V6, with all models featuring a four-speed automatic transmission.