Purchased new 2 months ago, 2 k miles so far, on dealer visit. Couple of small rattles that were easily cleared up. Other than that, lots of fun, best convertible that I have owned, quiet, looks great, decent performance.
1 touch top
Larger trunk, although I could put a trunk rack on it.
I love my car, poor gas mileage, wish there were other extras, such as memory seats, warning buzzer when backing up, warning buzzer when a car is in you blind spot. I also miss a compass. Blue tooth can only connect to one carrier service.
Serious Radio, On star, convertible top.
Concelled model, suggested improvements do not apply.
This is my first convertible. I love the hardtop convertible. Can't figure out why GM chose to drop the Pontiac line.
Definitely the hardtop convertible is the best feature. So many ragtops look like rags after only a few years. The car is extremely quiet with the top up, and surprisingly quiet with the top down, at least in the front seat.
Don't stop making them. Well, maybe mine will be worth more after Pontiac ceases to exist ;-)
Wife wanted a convertible, moving from Infiniti G35 coupe. She wanted hard top so that really limited selection. No, the G6 isn't a G35, but it also costs about 30-35% less. That said, the G6 is still plenty car to get person from point A to point B with plenty of pick-up and go. In Midwest, being able to drive in snow is even more a necessity than dropping the top in summer, G6 handles GREAT in snow with stock tires. G6 is sporty, functional and fun to drive - can't wait for summer. No problems.
Fun to drive, sporty, great performance, decent back seat space (especially for a convertible).
Gas mileage, lack of locking storage space in cabin, cheap looking sun visor (really, GM could drop $10-20 more for cloth, no?)
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