The 2008 Pontiac G6 sedan boasts a few noteworthy standard features, as well as several desirable options, but the lack of a Bluetooth-compatible system on the Pontiac G6 is unfortunate.
The 2008 Pontiac G6 comes well-appointed as standard both inside and out. ConsumerGuide writes that some of the standard equipment on the Value Leader includes "air conditioning, OnStar assistance system w/one-year service," along with power accessories, an "AM/FM/CD player, digital-media player connection," and "automatic headlights." Moving up to the Pontiac G6 in GT trim brings "cruise control, XM Satellite Radio, Monsoon sound system," and "fog lamps," according to Kelley Blue Book, who also says that the Pontiac G6 GXP adds a "power driver's seat."
When it comes to optional features, they are mostly found in packages on this 2008 Pontiac. ConsumerGuide says that some of the major packages are the Preferred Package, which incorporates "remote engine start, leather-wrapped steering wheel w/radio controls," and "power-adjustable pedals," while for 2008, Pontiac provides a Premium Package that includes "leather upholstery, heated front seats," and a "6-way power driver seat." The other major features package is the Sun and Sound bundle, which tacks on what Car and Driver describes as a "giant, four-pane sunroof" and a six-disc CD changer. An optional Monsoon sound system also comes with that package on the 2008 Pontiac G6, but Cars.com says that its "controls are confusing."