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7.0
/ 10
On Features
BASE INVOICE
$13,689
BASE MSRP
$14,335
On Features
For the price, the 2009 Pontiac G3 doesn't bring many surprises—positive or negative.
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“multimedia goodies include a CD/MP3 audio system and OnStar”
Motor Trend

“cabin is notably chintzier than the less-expensive Nissan Versa's”
Edmunds

The 2009 Pontiac G3 is quite well-equipped, though it costs a bit more than the otherwise identical Aveo5 and isn't an especially strong bargain.

Motor Trend reports that standard features include “a folding armrest on the driver's seat, a roof-mounted sunglasses holder, door and seatback storage pockets, and headrest posts for shopping bag toting. Multimedia goodies include a CD/MP3 audio system and OnStar.”

Edmunds says “the G3 is equipped with some basic convenience items and comes standard with GM's exclusive OnStar system, but its cabin is notably chintzier than the less-expensive Nissan Versa's.” Edmunds adds that the “climate controls are straightforward, though the stereo employs an array of buttons instead of more user-friendly knobs.”

Conclusion

For the price, the 2009 Pontiac G3 doesn't bring many surprises—positive or negative.

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