Even though the Pontiac auto brand has been defunct since 2010, there are still plenty of used Pontiac cars on American roads due to the sheer numbers sold. In its heyday in the late ’90s and early 2000s, Pontiac was selling more than half a million new cars per year in the US. It was pitched as a sporty brand, alongside the more comfort-orientated Oldsmobile and below the aspirational Buick and luxury Cadillac brands. Since its founding in 1925 in Michigan, it sold a long line of beloved automobiles for 85 years but did not survive the 2008 financial crisis and GM’s subsequent bankruptcy and reorganization. If your favorite Pontiac for sale in the USA is a ’60s Firebird, you’ll likely have trouble finding such a gem on a street corner near you. However, if you’re looking for an old 2000s G6, it’s easy to find and buy Pontiac cars online from this era. In fact, a cheap second-hand Pontiac for a few hundred or thousand dollars is still commonplace.
Because there are several thousand used cars to buy in America at any given moment, you simply have to start shopping online to find second-hand Pontiac cars. But where you shop is important and this is where CarBuzz’s useful used-cars search page comes in. Here, we can help you find and buy a Pontiac near you by setting a search radius close to where you live. In the case of rare, collectible cars, you have to take what you can get, even if you have to travel a long distance to the vehicle, so search for a Pontiac near you so you can easily view and test drive it. You can search by model, year, price, mileage, and other criteria and sort the search results by price if you want to see the cheapest cars first. Our Fair Deal rating scale will give you an idea of whether the seller is asking a fair price.
Cars have been getting more reliable over the years and because the newest used Pontiac cars you can buy will be 2010 models, reliability can be patchy. It is important to make sure the car has a vehicle and service history and that all maintenance has been done. We recommend taking a mechanic along for a professional opinion when you inspect the vehicle. Also, check the NHTSA website to make sure all recall work was done on the model you’re looking to buy.
Fuel types include only one:
|Model Year||Deals||Starting Price||Average Price|
|Pontiac G6 Sedan||463||$600||$5,569|
|Pontiac G6 Coupe||63||$1,500||$6,260|
|Pontiac G6 Convertible||74||$1,000||$7,154|
|Pontiac Solstice Convertible||268||$4,975||$12,896|
|Pontiac Grand Prix||370||$800||$5,041|
|Pontiac Grand Prix Coupe||12||$1,875||$3,545|
|Pontiac Sunfire Coupe||24||$1,995||$3,591|
|Pontiac Grand Am||81||$1,088||$4,028|
|Pontiac Grand Am Coupe||38||$600||$3,649|
|Pontiac Montana SV6||14||$1,995||$6,046|
|Pontiac Firebird Convertible||19||$4,995||$5,495|