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Pontiac 1000

The United States saw the first 1000 in late 1975 as a 1976 model. The first model was only a 3-door hatchback with 1.4 or 1.6 L OHC gasoline I4 engin...«MORE»

Pontiac 2000

The 1985 Sunbird was a compact car that was first manufactured as the Pontiac J2000 in 1981 for the 1982 model year. In 1983, the "J" was dr...«MORE»

Pontiac 6000

On the bright side of things, the Pontiac 6000 STE was on Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list three times, from 1983 to 1985. This model was ...«MORE»

Pontiac Aztek

You have probably seen one of these on the road and done a double take, as you were not really sure what it was, an SUV, a sedan, a minivan? Granted,...«MORE»

Pontiac Bonneville

Starting at the end, during the last year of production, Pontiac gave the sporty mid-level SLE version the new GXP styling. As a result, the 2005 SLE ...«MORE»

Pontiac Catalina

The name Catalina was first utilized on the 1950 Chieftain Series hardtop, which was Pontiac's top of the line model at the time. It was original...«MORE»

Pontiac Chieftan

One cannot discuss the Pontiac Chieftan without acknowledging the origins of the Pontiac logo, and subsequently, the name of this automobile. As it tu...«MORE»

Pontiac Executive

The Pontiac Executives featured deluxe trim, standard amenities and a long wheelbase. They were also greater in length than the lower-priced Catalina...«MORE»

Pontiac Fiero

The Pontiac Fiero is a mid-engine sports car that was produced by the Pontiac division of General Motors from 1984 to 1988. This model has earned itse...«MORE»

Pontiac Firebird

The Firebird was launched in the same year as its platform-sharing brother, the Chevy Camaro. This also aligned with the release of the Mercury Cougar...«MORE»

Pontiac G5

The G5 is built upon the GM Delta platform alongside the Chevrolet Cobalt, the Chevrolet HHR, the Saturn ION and the European Opel Astra. The G5 is un...«MORE»

Pontiac G6

The EPA lists the G6 as a compact car, but its relative, the Chevrolet Malibu is listed as a mid-size car by the EPA; both cars are still considered m...«MORE»

Pontiac Grand Am

The Pontiac Grand Am was originally a mid-size car that later became a compact car. It was produced by the Pontiac division of General Motors in two s...«MORE»

Pontiac Grand Prix

Most recently, for the 2007 Model Year, only cosmetic changes were made to the Grand Prix. Further, a Special Edition body package was added though, a...«MORE»

Pontiac GTO

The GTO was more or less a violation of GM previous policy that limited the A-body intermediate line to a max engine displacement of 5.4 L. However, t...«MORE»

Pontiac LeMans

At first, the LeMans was offered as a 3-door hatchback and as a 4-door sedan. By 1989 more models were released that included a sportier LeMans GSE th...«MORE»

Pontiac Montana

In 2005, the Montana was updated with a design similar to an SUV, which resulted in its new name, the Montana SV6. The 2005 Montana SV6 used a 3.5 L H...«MORE»

Pontiac Parisienne

For most of existence, the Parisienne was a Canadian nameplate only that was sold in Pontiac's Canadian showrooms. American Pontiac dealers sold...«MORE»

Pontiac Phoenix

The Pontiac Phoenix was a compact car sold from 1977 to 1984 by the Pontiac division of General Motors. It was later sold by the Chevrolet brand of Am...«MORE»

Pontiac Safari

Safari was a moniker that was first given to Pontiac's version of the 2-door Nomad station wagon. The body style, which originally was similar to...«MORE»

Pontiac Solstice

This is perhaps the sharpest looking car to come from Pontiac in a long time, if not ever. The Pontiac Solstice is a roadster from the Pontiac divisio...«MORE»

Pontiac Star Chief

The Star Chief was a car built by General Motors' Pontiac division between 1954 and 1966. By 1957, the high performance Star Chief Custom Bonnevi...«MORE»

Pontiac Streamliner

The Pontiac Streamliner originally had 6.50x16-inch bias-ply tires, which were nevertheless very difficult to drive. Furthering the driving difficult...«MORE»

Pontiac Sunbird

In total, there are three generations of the J-body. The first generation lasted from 1982 to 1987, the second lasted from 1988 to 1994, and lastly, ...«MORE»

Pontiac Sunfire

The Pontiac Sunfire was launched in the 1995 model year as the compact car to supplant the Sunbird, however, not only was the name changed, but major ...«MORE»

Pontiac Tempest

The Pontiac Tempest was a small entry-level compact automobile produced by the Pontiac Motor Division of General Motors, and launched in September 196...«MORE»

Pontiac Torrent

The Torrent should not be new to anyone as it was featured as one of the prizes in the reality television series Survivor in 2005. This is a sport ut...«MORE»

Pontiac Trans Am

Oddly, the Sports Car Club of America is the sanctioning body that holds the rights to the "Trans-Am" name. The Trans-Am Series was created...«MORE»

Pontiac Trans Sport

In 1990, the Pontiac Trans Sport made its first appearance as a minivan produced by General Motors and lasting until 1996. This vehicle was similar to...«MORE»

Pontiac Ventura

In 1961 and 1962, the Ventura was a stand-alone model, granted it was still based on the Catalina. The Ventura's length was 209.7 inches and its ...«MORE»

Pontiac Vibe

Well, the Pontiac Vibe is hard to classify. It is a car produced in Fremont, California by NUMMI, which is the New United Motor Manufacturing, Inc. T...«MORE»