Used 2005 Pontiac Values

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(Model years 2010 - 1926 including exotics and classic cars)
A uniquely styled crossover SUV with seating for five, the 2005 Pontiac Aztek is suited for outdoor enthusiasts thanks to optional accessories like a rear tent and waterproof seat covers.
A full-size sports sedan with seating for five, the 2005 Pontiac Bonneville has entered its final year of production.
A brand-new mid-size five-passenger car, the sporty 2005 Pontiac G6 is initially offered as a sedan but a two-door convertible is in the works for later in the year.
The 2005 Pontiac Grand Am is a mid-size sports sedan that has entered its final year of production and is making way for the all-new G6.
A sporty mid-size sedan available with a 303 hp 5.43L V8, the 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix seats five passengers and is slightly larger than the G6.
The 2005 Pontiac GTO is a two-door sports car that is now upgraded from a 350 hp 5.7L V8 to a 400 hp 6.0L V8, for the new model year.
A minivan with seating for eight, the sporty 2005 Pontiac Montana comes standard with a AM/FM/CD/MP3/Satellite ready radio system to entertain everyone.
The 2005 Pontiac Montana SV6 is the SUV version of the Montana minivan and offers seating for up to seven passengers, 15 more hp than the minivan, and 24 mpg on the highway.
A compact sports coupe, the 2005 Pontiac Sunfire seats five passengers and is powered by a 140 hp 2.2L four-cylinder engine good for 36 mpg on the highway.
A compact sports wagon, the 2005 Pontiac Vibe is powered by a 126 hp four-cylinder and is available with 2WD or AWD.

Pontiac launches the first phases of a multi-year restructuring of their sporty vehicle division. The 2005 Pontiac G6 is heavily banked on to be an important vehicle in a new modern image for the entire brand heading forward. The four-door sedan serves as a replacement to the Grand Am (the Grand Am coupe continues to be offered for the 2005 model year). Pontiac also boasts a revised version of their family-moving minivan for 2005. Called the Montana SV6 for 2005, the new minivan is styled with a longer hood line projecting a sport utility vehicle-like appearance. The previous generation Pontiac Montana minivan remains available for the 2005 model year as only an extended-length model with a front-wheel drivetrain. After just one year on the market, the Pontiac GTO has received a massive enhancement in the form of a new 6.0-liter LS2 V-8 engine. Generating 400 horsepower, the 2005 GTO features 50 horsepower more output than its 2004 counterpart. Buyers of the 2005 Pontiac GTO also have the no-cost option of a non-scooped hood.