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2006 Pontiac Solstice Consumer Discussions

2006 Solstice Order Bank ... will become available on Thursday, March 10th which will allow dealers to begin inputting Preliminary Solstice Orders. Please keep in mind that Preliminary Orders on the O...

I bought new manual Torrid Red, black interior, 18 inch painted wheels 06 GTO. I traded my 2006 Pontiac Solstice....

have a 2006 but no problems with rattling or top leaking...the VW bug convertible has reliability issues....the solstice is a rear wheel drive car and has different driving characteristics than a FWD ...

I agree with your comments about depreciation. except when I was refering to the Solstice I bought in late 2006 it actually appreciated in value. When I traded iti n on my G6 I got $2,000 more than I...

I hope the 2007-2008 Pontiac GTO, which will be built here, looks as good as the all-new 2006 Pontiac Solstice roadster....

"Frankly, from a dealer standpoint, does it make sense for the dealers to stock and floorplan both a Bonneville and a Lucerne, given products like the Pontiac Torrent, G6 coupe and Solstice"...

That being said I wouldn't be too surprised/disappointed to see the 2.4L in the 2006 model, although I hope the 2.2 is only used for the Cobalt/Solstice and equivalent small cars. And if I could hand...

GM is adding the Torrent SUV, G6 4 cyl., G6 Convertible, and Solstice Convertible to Pontiac in 2006. Pursuit is Canada only....
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