2009 Solstice GXP, Wicked (copper), premium package, other niceties like upgraded audio and sport pedals, etc. With GM dealers needing to sell cars, got this $32,900 MSRP car for $26,900 out-the-door....
I have no clue if we'll see any concept cars or prototypes at NAIAS in January - the rumor is that a Camaro concept will be shown there. Follow the example of the Solstice - it was a show car in 2002,...
I had a 2007 Pontiac Solstice GT which had a 4 cylinder turbo charged engine that gave you a huge bang for the buck but without much room for overnight trips for two people it became a day tripper now...
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