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A car like this 2007 Pontiac Solstice roadster represents the last great sports car from Pontiac. So that's why it's great to find a low mileage example that has an awesome color combo and a five-speed. It makes for an even more desirable way to obtain one of the most affordable modern classic drop-tops around.
Pontiac has always been about striving for thoughtful sports cars in the GM lineup, and that reached its pinnacle with the Solstice. Aiming to be a lighter and nimbler companion to the Corvette, the Solstice has all the great performance design cues we all love. This includes the long hood, flared fenders, sleek profile, and short rear deck. Plus, Pontiac was really doing a great job with their styling of the twin grilles that were dangerously BMW-like, and everyone loves the dual buttresses that meet the headrests. All of this is straight from Pontiac, just like glossy Victory Red paint and optional 18-inch alloys. And the reason why this looks so great is that it has seen far less use than a daily driver with it barely averaging over 3k miles annually.
Low mileage also means the black interior continues to look dark, clean, and quite attractive. The supportive bucket seats highlight a cockpit that's built around the driver. The three-spoke sports steering wheel has all the modern controls you could want. Beyond that is a handsome set of analog gauges that light up red when you turn the key. This is loaded with all the right features, including power windows, power locks, keyless entry, dual airbags, cruise control, a powerful AM/FM/CD stereo with auxiliary input, and cold-blowing air conditioning.
Under the hood is the 2.4-liter fuel injected motor, and there was even a GM cold air intake added to let this one inhale deeper. This peppy and powerful DOHC motor was GM's version of a sports car for the modern era. In this lightweight setup, the Solstice delivers the kind of performance you'd expect in a Japanese or European import but wrapped in American styling. This sporty spirit is felt every time you hit the open road. The five-speed manual transmission provides complete control, and the fully independent suspension loves every corner. Add in great anytime features such as power steering and four-wheel power disc brakes, and this is an unbeatable driving package.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual packet. This Solstice is a blast to drive today and a great classic to have for tomorrow. Offering all of this at such an affordable price means it will be leaving us soon. Call today!!!
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