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Pontiac G6 Convertible 3.9

Powered by a 3.9 litre V6 engine the GTP (later GXP) was the top of the range Pontiac G6 Convertible. The engine used variable valve timing technology to increase the power output. It also had stability control and the four-speed automatic transmission as standard. Later models had an upgraded six-speed transmission.

Based on the Pontiac G6 mid-size sedan which replaced the long-standing Grand Am, the convertible provides occupants with ample space for roof-down cursing. Under the two piece folding steel roof is a spacious, well equipped cabin which will seat four adults in comfort.

Styling is restrained and for a car targeting the US market but was updated in 2008 to be more aggressive. The ride is reasonably taut but hardly the performance car that the marketing people would have you think.

Cars in the Pontiac G6 range:

Pontiac G6 Convertible 3.9 Specifications

Car brandPontiac
Roof typeHardtop
Fuel typeUnleaded Petrol
Engine typeV6
Engine size3900 cc
Power222@5800 bhp
Torque238@4000 lb.ft
Transmission type4-spd auto

Pontiac G6 Convertible 3.9 Performance

Pontiac G6 Convertible 3.9 Economy and Emissions

Pontiac G6 Convertible 3.9 Details

Production dates2006-2009
Fuel tank capacity60 litres
Information last updated September 27, 2014

2 Owner Reviews

Do you drive a Pontiac G6? Would you recommend it to others? Why not leave a comment to let us know what you think of the car. This Pontiac has 2 owner reviews.

  1. convertible at law says:

    Superb body lines. Astounding up/down hardtop convertible action. Smooth. yet, exotic operation of an American made, easy to service and always reliable fun ride. Affordable to own, but feels as though you’ve splurged. Plenty of power without unnecessary expense. yet the feel of foreign intrigue. Why Buick hasn’t picked this up as it’s own remains a mystery.

  2. Leslie Gilman says:

    Bought the car 2007 brand new. Has a problems with stabilizer bar bushings and replaced new shaft. Too soon for replacement cause it has only 9,759 miles which cost me $467.70

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