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Cons: Limited spaceGreat 2nd vehicle!
Most attention-grabbing vehicle
Cons: Limited space/room.Excellent 2nd vehicle for recreational use. Drives well, cheap on gas. However, it's not very sensible for shopping, traveling (for more than 1), etc. Because of limited space.
Pros: On Star, Handling, Looks
Cons: Lack of a good cup holderI got this car for my wife, however I drive it on the weekends. While there is not much room, I knew that when I first saw it, that aside it is just a fun car to drive, drives great, put the top down and take it in the mountains and let the fun begin. We have had no problems at all with the car, it has enough power. The only problem I see in the future is when I'm ready for a new one, there won't be one. GM should have picked up the Solstice design in another product line.
Funnest car ever owned.
Cons: Nothing.....Love driving this very limited number of cars produced. Lot's of people ask me about this car.
great car ,gets a lot of looks
Pros: like all
Cons: no leastwe like this car very much,its a fun car
a lot of fun
Pros: the convertible top
Cons: the convertoble topthis is very sporty and fun to drive it has fast pickup but also good fuel mileage
Sexy no Frills Solstice GXP
Pros: Very fun to drive.
Cons: Lack of storage.I purchased a 2008 new in Sept. 2009 shortly after the announcement of the demise of Pontiac. I got an excellent on a new Solstice GXP. First the good news the performance is excellent. The 2L tech-4 engine has the power curve of a 2-stroke dirt bike thanks to the turbo-charger. The very light chassis has the handling of a go-cart but is soft enough to be an everyday driver. I commute 2 hours one way to my job so I spend allot of time in this car. I also got the upgraded stereo with the bose speakers which is really necessary with the top is down. I plug my phone into the aux jack on the front of the head unit so I can listen to my music on Slacker internet radio and recieve phone calls while I drive. Without it I would not even hear the phone ring with the top down. With the top up the car is pretty quiet for a convertable, and a sports car. Now for the down side: The clutch engages very early and since the engine has very little torque on the low end it is easy to stall when starting in 1st gear. There is very little storage anywhere in the car but it is a sports car. Other minor functions like opening the windows require gymnastics to reach the controls. The top is a tight fit into the trunk. You have to really push it down to get the trunk to close and when it is