Pontiac will shut down as soon as the calendar turns to 2010 so if you’re the sentimental type and would hate to see Pontiac ride off into the sunset, now’s the time to buy your own Pontiac before stocks run out.

According to Pontiac’s Twitter page, the car brand has a little over 3,600 units left in the US with the Pontiac G8 GXP having the most limited of supplies with only 16 remaining. Stocks of the Pontiac Solstice are also running low with only 139 of the base model still remaining and 160 of the higher-end Solstice GXP coupes available.

We normally wouldn’t advise anyone to purchase a car, but if you’re a Pontiac fan, now’s your last chance to buy your favorite car before, well, supplies go kapoot.


Source: Twitter

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  (594) posted on 07.14.2011

I’m confused there are lot of production car that was out by the Pontiac and they still have planned for the future then how come they were about to shutdown?

  (384) posted on 07.14.2011

Really? Pontiac is about to closed then how come there’s the Pontiac GTO-R that is out in the market? Hmm. I’m impressed with the modified styling and upgraded engine. Well, I think this is just a treat or trick from this car manufacturer.

  (449) posted on 03.4.2011

ow that T A would been nice....However....they in the snow due to stock rear wheel drive. I live in the North....so I know having a coupe older versions. Poor poor Pontiac!

  (858) posted on 01.18.2010

I’m kinda sad that a good car manufacturer like Pontiac having the hardest time to limit their production and I think closure will be the next step. I was affected by the recession and even I wanted to buy my own Pontiac car, well it’s not preferable for now.

  (780) posted on 12.22.2009

As far as I know, it’s affordable for a performance car and also that comfortable to drive as from the feedback for Pontiac. But it can’t help to be out of stock for being one of the popular car manufacturers that have good package kit to suit the buyers expectation.

  (238) posted on 11.21.2009

Pontiacs are junk.

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