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2009 Pontiac G8 Consumer Discussions

2009? Cr-p, I don't want to wait until 2009. Sorry, but now I'm really hoping for my G8!...

2009 G8 GT: Well after 2800 miles the turn signal seems to get stuck on and the repeater will not turn off automatically. I am waiting for the dealer to "contact the engineers" for a solut...

example using my notes from when I purchased my G8, and current trade values from KBB (what the dealers use--sorry Edmunds). For all 3 cars, selling price new on March 6, 2009 (excluding tax and tag...

I agree, without the G8, a higher quality car, I don't believe Pontiac will have a leg to stand on. Also, with no leasing option on GM cars, didn't they consider that people might not want to actually...

Anyways, what I'm looking for is what cars out there today (2008-2009) models have the heads up feature? I thought maybe a G8 or CTS would have but didn't see it in the specs....

assigned to a next-generation GTO and Grand Prix/G8, respectively, and I believe that a product manager/VLE (Vehicle Line Executive) has been assigned. The inside info still calls this a 2008-2009 mo...

I was provided a "loaner" 2009 G8 GT while they located the one I eventually bought. The loaner was quiet but the one I bought had moderate noise. I had mine in for adjustment and they cla...

Of course the Grand Prix will probably be gone by 2008 or 2009. Hello G8 (RWD large car)......

is going to use the design concept of the G8 for its line up. The competition is getting really tough now, they all have to step up their game....
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