The 2009 Pontiac G3 has the aim to embody GM's classic sporty and performance minded character in an attractive, compact, fuel-sipping package. The five-seat G3 and its Chevrolet Aveo sibling are among the numerous variants of the Daewoo Kaols, a vehicle produced in Korea by GM Daewoo and sold in 120 countries. The G3 also aims to serve as a fuel efficient option for those looking to stick with GM but want to stay within a budget.
Providing power to the G3's front wheels is GM's fuel efficient 1.6-liter Ecotect four-cylinder producing 106 horsepower. The G3 looks different from the Aveo through a slightly reworked front clip featuring a dual grille. Inside the cabin, available aluminum colored trim adorns the dash and door side panels, while chrome rinds outline the air vents. The G3 is perfect for those looking for a compact afforadable car, and is worth taking a look.