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Conventional collector-car wisdom says that convertibles are preferred over closed body styles, and “firsts” or “lasts” of a line have some added cachet. There’s a Pontiac G6 that is all of those things rolled into one.

Pontiac introduced the G6 in 2005 as a replacement for the Grand Am. Initially available as a four-door sedan, stylish coupes and convertibles were added the following year. Convertibles went on sale in April 2006 in GT and better-equipped GTP models. As things worked out, the GTP convertible was only offered for the short ’06 model year, so it may prove more interesting to collectors.

The G6 was built on General Motors’s front-drive Epsilon platform shared with corporate cousins including the Chevrolet Malibu and Saab 9-3. Wheelbase was 112.3 inches, and suspension was via MacPherson struts in front and an independent four-link design out back. Four-wheel-disc brakes with ABS provided the stopping power, and 18-inch alloy wheels were standard on the convertible.

G6 convertibles used a retractable hardtop design and a stiffened body shell. The two-piece roof was engineered by convertible specialist Karmann, a firm best known for its work with Volkswagen. The top could be fully raised or lowered in about 30 seconds simply by pressing a button. When down, the top was completely housed in the trunk/storage compartment for a smooth deck appearance.

Cargo room with the top up was only 5.8 cubic feet, but with the top stored, this shrunk to a stingy 1.8 cubic feet. Pontiac claimed comfortable seating for four, with large doors and a sliding front passenger seat to aid entry to the rear.

All G6 convertibles used ohv V-6 engines mated to a four-speed automatic transmission. GT convertibles made due with a 201-bhp 3.5-liter powerplant, but GTPs came standard with a 3.9-liter job that added variable valve timing. In other G6s the 3.9 made 240 bhp but in convertibles it was good for 227 ponies and 235 pound-feet of torque at 3000 rpm.

Reviewers at Consumer Guide® and Car and Drivergenerally liked the ’06 G6 convertible. The GTP convertible, which started at $29,990, was deemed a good value by both titles. CG also liked the reasonably quiet interior, especially with the top down. C/D judged handling predictable and competent, if not particularly exciting. There was plenty of body lean in turns, but ride quality was judged “lovely” in spite of hints of cowl and steering-column shake on bumpy roads.

Car and Driverblamed the GTP convertible’s hefty 3910-pound weight and its transmission for hindering acceleration. Its tests netted a 7.4-second 0-60-mph time and a run of 15.7 seconds at 89 mph in the quarter mile. By comparison, a trimmer G6 GTP sedan went 0-60 in 6.2 seconds and 14.9 seconds at 95 mph in the quarter.

G6 GT convertibles remained available through 2009. With Pontiac having faded into history soon after, it’s easy to overlook the one-year GTP convertible. It wasn’t the game-changer Pontiac marketers thought but it was a good-looking car that did everything expected of a four-seat convertible quite well.

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The Pontiac G6 is a mid-size car that was produced by General Motors under the Pontiac brand. It was introduced in 2004 for the 2005 model year to replace the Grand Am.

The G6 shared the GM Epsilon platform with the Chevrolet Malibu, Saab 9-3 and other General Motors vehicles. Features included a remote starting system (standard on GT, optional on base model), traction control/ABS, electronic stability control, automatic headlights as well as a panoramic sunroof option. A retractable hardtop convertible was offered for model years 2006-2009. Production ended in 2010 with the discontinuation of the Pontiac line.

With the G6, Pontiac introduced a two-digit naming convention, with the Pontiac G8 a class above the G6 and the Pontiac G5 a class below. In the case of the G6, the nameplate designated it as the sixth generation of its predecessor, the Pontiac Grand Am.

The Pontiac G6 was first introduced at the 2003 North American International Auto Show as a concept car. The concept used a 3.5 L supercharged V6 that made 285 horsepower and 272 lb ft of torque mated to a 4T65-E electronically controlled automatic transmission. When the G6 was introduced in 2005, it had two trim levels, base "V6" and sportier "GT". Both trims, however, used a 3.5 L pushrod V6 producing 200 horsepower (150 kW) and 220 lbf·ft (300 N·m) of torque. Matched to a four-speed automatic transmission, the GT featured TAPshift, where the driver could select the gears manually.

In 2006, the G6 added two new trim levels and two new bodystyles, a coupe and a retractable hard top convertible. The new trim levels were a new base four-cylinder trim (sometimes referred to as "SE"), and the high performance "GTP". Coupes and convertibles were available in GT and GTP trims only. The new base model used a 169-horsepower, 2.4 L DOHC inline-4, mated to a four-speed automatic transmission. The 3.5 L V6 was now part of a sport-package on the base/SE, and remained standard on the GT. The new GTP used a 3.9 L version of the GT"s 3.5 L V6, but also utilizes variable valve timing (VVT), increasing output to 240 horsepower. A four-speed automatic transmission was standard, but for no cost, a six-speed manual transmission was available. The GTP convertible was not available with the manual transmission and reduced its power to 227 hp, due to a more restrictive exhaust system. The GTP also featured standard electronic stability control.

The 2007 G6 saw more engine changes, and standard side torso and side curtain airbags (actually introduced late in the 2006 model year) were new. The GT now featured VVT on its 3.5 L V6, raising power from 200 hp to 224 hp. The 3.9 L V6 became an option on the GT, producing 227 horsepower in automatic transmission form and 240 horsepower in manual transmission form. The GTP was given a new 3.6 L DOHC V6 with 24 valves and VVT, producing 252 horsepower at 6300 RPM. It is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. Midway through the model year the six-speed manual was dropped with the 3.9 L, along with its 240-horsepower output. The GTP convertible was also discontinued. For 2008, the GTP became the GXP with more dramatic styling cues, and the 3.9 L engine became an exclusive convertible option, with horsepower down to 222. SAE ratings also dropped the horsepower ratings on the 2.4 L and 3.5 L models to 164 hp and 219 hp (217 hp on convertibles), respectively.

For 2009, 2.4 L four-cylinder engines were added to the coupe lineup. An all new 6 speed automatic transmission, which debuted on the Chevrolet Malibu, became optional on 4 cylinder models. GM revised the G6 in the middle of 2009, creating a "2009.5" model year. Changes consisted of a revised front and rear fascia as well as a revision of the dashboard, most notably adding an updated radio with Bluetooth capability. Coupes and convertibles ceased production at the end of the 2009 model year, making examples with the 2009.5 changes fairly rare. Subsequent to this model"s introduction, General Motors entered bankruptcy, and announced that the G6 sedan would be discontinued in 2010. Most other Pontiac models had been discontinued, but the G6 was in high-demand for fleet vehicle orders, facilitating production to continue while the brand was wound down. In 2010, the G6 had white back-lit dashboard lights instead of the traditional red, Pontiac color scheme.

GM began marketing the Buick brand in Mexico to replace Pontiac after the 2009 model year, GM replaced the Pontiac G6 competitively with the Buick Regal, and later in the United States & Canada, the G6 & the Saturn Aura were ultimately replaced by GM"s revived Buick Regal nameplate.

Introduced in 2006, the G6"s power-operated hydraulic retractable hardtop was engineered by the Pontiac, Michigan officesKarmann Technical Development, L.L.C.Orion Assembly center.

General Motors reported that in production form, each top module successfully tested for 12,000 cycles, about twice the cycles the typical convertible endures in its lifetime. The convertible was tested under a variety of weather conditions, from arid desert to arctic conditions, and was extensivley water and environmental tested.Autoweek note considerable cowl shake, as well as squeek-and-rattle issues.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the Pontiac G6 an overall Good score in the frontal offset crash testAcceptable score in the side impact crash test even though side airbags were introduced late in the 2006 model year. The lower side impact score was due in part to a marginal rating for the structure/safety cage category.

On September 12, 2014, Autoblog followed up with the G6 winners on the tenth anniversary of the telecast. The winners interviewed learned that although they did "get a car" from Winfrey during the broadcast, in actuality they had to go to the Pontiac dealership in their area to pick up the G6 because the vehicles that were shown in the studio"s parking lot were used as a promotion. One couple had to sell their G6s because they learned of tax implications that came with owning the car. Another kept hers even though her two friends who came with her to the taping no longer have theirs (one was sold, another was totaled in an accident) and hopes to give the G6 to her daughter in time for college, saying "I"m hoping to drive it until we can"t drive it any more."

The G6 was used in the GT class of Rolex Sports Car Series as a replacement for the Pontiac GTO.R after the GTO went out of production. The cars are referred to as GXP.Rs and built by GM"s endorsed chassis constructor, Pratt & Miller.

The first recall (NHTSA Campaign 06V417000) was for Pontiac G6 cars with aftermarket seat upgrades. To expedite sales at some dealerships, GM authorized seats to be replaced with leather seats as a dealer-installed option. This change could cause the passenger air bag sensor to not detect an occupant. GM took the rare step of buying back any cars that had this dealer installed option.

The second recall (NHTSA Campaign 09V036000) affected 8,012 MY 2005-2006 G6 vehicles, and corrected a potential corrosion that affected brake light wiring, and could cause brake lights to not illuminate.

On September 21, 2012, General Motors recalled 473,841 vehicles involving the Chevy Malibu, Pontiac G6 and Saturn Aura from model years 2007 through 2010 equipped with four-speed automatic transmissions. The problem is a condition that could make cars roll when in park. The recall affects 426,240 in the United States, 40,029 in Canada and 7,572 in other markets.