Pontiac Solstice GXP Coupe
Private seller / Contact Seller
Franklin, Tennessee, United States
Technical data for 2009 Pontiac Solstice Comes with optional soft top
|Trim:||Comes with optional soft top|
|Transmission:||5 Speed Automatic|
|Interior color:||Black, with white top stitching|
|Drive side:||Left-hand drive|
The Pontiac Solstice represents the grand finale to the Pontiac brand as it was the last new vehicle they ever produced with the “Coupe” being the final iteration of the Solstice.With a total production run of only 1,266 any Solstice is a rare sight especially the GPX version. This striking color is rare in itself, “Brazen Orange” there were 58 manufactured 35 went to United States dealers, 8 went to Canadian dealers and 15 went to dealers in Mexico. The “Brazen Orange” was an optional color as can be seen on the sticker a $295.00 option. So there are only 35 of the “Brazen Orange” color on the road in the U.S.. Of the 1,266 manufactured 850 were the “GPX” version, with the 2.0L Turbocharged engine producing 260 horsepower, with a 5 speed automatic transmission. This vehicle has been pampered and has only 36,000 miles using only synthetic oil. Inside you will find the GXP premium interior package. This includes leather seats, leather wrapped steering wheel/shift knob, steering wheel audio controls, bluetooth cellphone integration, 7 speaker Monsoon Sound System, AM/FM, six disc CD changer with auxiliary input jack. A couple of rare option on this Solstice are 18” Chrome wheels and a soft convertible top. This car is completely original, nothing has been replaced, same tires, windshield wipers etc. An interesting note on the window sticker, the original dealer had an up-charge of $4,500 for “Limited Availability”. In checking prices for the Solstice Coupe on line I have found the prices range from $30,000 to as much as $56,000. Usually there never more than 4-5 for sale in the United States at any given time. I have all documentation regarding the above facts that come with the car. I am pricing the car to sell, it needs a good home and is ready to roll.
The accident mentioned in the report was a customer that backed into me at the Kroger parking lot creating two small dings in the right rear, near the tailpipe. This was repaired by Alexander Toyota Collision Center in Franklin, TN. Full documentation comes with the car. A photo of the ding has been attached.