Last post on Dec 02, 2008 at 12:55 PM
You are in the Pontiac Solstice
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Pontiac Solstice, Coupe, Convertible
Article comments for Full Test: 2007 Pontiac Solstice GXP - Those of us who drove the 2006 Solstice resigned ourselves to the fact that although the car could draw the lustful gaze of fellow motorists, we'd have to shy away from stoplight challenges. (more)
#41 of 42 Re: CUP HOLDERS? WHO GIVES A S**T ABOUT CUP HOLDERS? [trucktricks]
Aug 07, 2008 (6:03 am)
ah but you fit into the category of driving enthusiast obviously....so it fits you as a daily driver.....which was the point he was trying to make
#42 of 42 Re: Is it really that bad? [editor_karl]
Dec 02, 2008 (12:55 pm)
I bought a used 2006 Pontiac Solstice base in April, with 15k miles on the odometer. It had a few technical issues that were covered by the factory warranty. I have since put another 15k miles on the car due to my 90+ mile daily commute and frequent jaunts around town, including to and from lunch with a passenger in tow. The experience has been a relative pleasure.
The car's no rocket, but it overall performance is satisfying and the looks are great.
I've found a few nitpicky things I would improve, but I think you've been especially harsh. None of the issues you raise have presented an onerous problem for me, despite the fact I've probably already driven tens of thousands of miles more in a Solstice than have you. At best, your comments are banal, but they definitely indicate excess fussiness and finicky taste. Maybe you should move your job to the DuPont Registry.