A member of the GM family since 1926, Pontiac quickly developed a reputation for high-performance vehicles. When Pontiac built the LeMans GTO in 1964, it introduced America to the muscle car and inspired a generation of cars built on power and speed. GM built the Pontiac brand on the idea that driving should be exciting, giving Pontiacs bold designs, powerful engines and responsive handling.
As part of the company's restructuring in 2010, GM decided to discontinue the Pontiac brand. While no new Pontiacs are being produced today, the vehicles still enjoy a great following in the used car market thanks to their performance and time-tested design. Plus, since GM has promised to continue providing service to Pontiac vehicles, investing in a used Pontiac carries minimal risk.
Popular Used Pontiac Models
Grand PriX - While the Grand Prix started out in the 1960s as one of the most powerful vehicles on the market, it has been redesigned in more recent decades to a vehicle for the whole family that can still perform when called upon.
G6 - The G6 is a slightly toned-down companion to the Grand Prix. With a nice combination of power, style and comfort, it's a great choice for people looking for something a little more from the family car.
Vibe - The Vibe is a small wagon that combines performance, comfort, utility and fuel economy into a single smart package.