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Pontiac G6, Car Leasing, Car Buying, Convertible, Sedan
#38 of 173 G6 Sedan GT
Jan 15, 2007 (9:18 am)
I am pretty set on buying a Honda Accord. I have owned a Chevy Monto Carlo and had lots of problems. However, looks wise the Pontiac G6 is younger and hotter than an accord. I would probably get a 2007, my dad has a GM card and is willing to give me money towards this car so he can use his points up. He has no need for them.
Anyway, my question to everyone is regarding their G6 sedan? Are you happy w/it?
#39 of 173 Re: G6 Sedan GT [redsfan1]
Jan 15, 2007 (1:58 pm)
The one I bought was for my daughter. She LOVES it! I think it's to small and has to many blind spots. However, she's 20 and I'm almost 50.
#40 of 173 07 G6 1SV for $500 under invoice
Feb 26, 2007 (9:11 am)
I just bought my daughter an 07 G6 1SV for $500 under invoice with 60/0% and free floor mats. This deal included the Conquest rebate of $500. The dealer, Suttle Motors, is located in Newport News, VA. We had a pressure-free, cordial, buying experience. To top it all off, the dreaded "dealer processing fee" was only $75.
#41 of 173 Great deal on a G6 Convertible
Mar 04, 2007 (7:18 pm)
I bought my G6 two weeks ago at Royal Pontiac in Sussex, N.j. and couldn't be happier.
Mine has the premium package, side air bags and the adjustable pedals and is granite with the ebony-morocco interior. Total list on the car was 31,200. They sold me the car for 30k less a $1000 rebate, a $500 presidents day sale cash, a $1000 Conquest rebate (I owned a honda), $1000 in GM Card dollars and a bonus $1500 in GM Card Dollars...a Total of $6200 off the sticker. The buying experience was upfront, honest and with no games being played.
Now for the icing on the cake. Shortly after driving the car off of the lot, the car developed a rattle in the roof. In addition, the roof wouldn't open when I arrived home. Needless to say, I returned to the dealer the next day. They were extremely apologetic, both the Sales Manager and General Manager, in addition to my salesman, talked to me and assured me it would be taken care. They immediately gave me a loaner car, kept my car for a few days and repaired both the roof and the rattle. For my trouble, they arranged w the Pontiac factory rep to extend my 36000 mile bumper to bumper warranty to 60,000 miles. (and paid for the all weather mats I had ordered).
A great deal, a fantastic customer focus, and a super car...a great combination.
#42 of 173 Re: Great deal on a G6 Convertible [jvonderh]
Mar 19, 2007 (9:58 pm)
Sounds like a great deal, how did you get the $1500 bonus?
#43 of 173 Re: Great deal on a G6 Convertible [budmantom]
Mar 21, 2007 (4:52 pm)
I've been a GM Card used for a few years. I simply received an announcement in the mail in mid-march saying that if I bought a new GM car before March 31st, I would receive an bonus of 1500 points or dollars. This could also be used in addition to the 1000 GM points I was able to apply from my GM card account to the purchase.
Mar 26, 2007 (9:30 am)
We bought a used 2006 G6 Sedan with around 6,000 miles on it for $16,900. But then we had to add on the amount we owed on the previous car which was around $5000 plus an extended warranty and Ziebart. I think it came out to be around $21,000-$22,000 after everything.
We took the car in for the Ziebart a week after buying it and they ended up busting out the rear passenger side window and had to special order it. The car was suppose to only be there for a day or two and ended up being there for 2 weeks. The dealer gave us a Grand Am loaner car and the POS ended up dying the next day. The sent a 90 year old man to come look at it. I kept telling him it wasn't the battery but he insisted on charging it anyways. Go figure, the Grand Am still didn't start and we were given another one. This one was filthy and even had left over weed in the console, totally disgusting.
After complaining again, the dealership gave us a 2007 G6 GT Coupe to drive and installed keyless entry on our G6 for free. It was a complete mess but atleast we got the free keyless entry.
#45 of 173 Used 2006 G6 GTP
Apr 01, 2007 (7:22 pm)
Last month I bought a used 2006 G6 GTP with auto and moonroof for $14k plus TTL(I think it was a rental).
Great little car and a great bang for the buck
#46 of 173 New 2007 G6
Apr 03, 2007 (7:10 pm)
I just did the deal tonight before the rebates end. MSRP $20,720 -$500 dealer discount -$2000 Cash Back Rebate -$1000 Conquest Rebate -$3773 GM Card points. Final price before tax and tags $13,447. I really wanted a Toyota but I just couldn't resist this price.
#47 of 173 Re: New 2007 G6 [mikey00]
Apr 05, 2007 (8:15 am)
How were you able to get $3773 in GM Card points. It was my understanding that you could only use $3500 over the course of seven years (and this being on the old program).
So pretty much you paid MSRP minus the $500 dealer discount. Did you try to negoitate more off MSRP, or did you just take what was in the ad in the Sunday paper?