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#211714 - 12/17/08 01:09 AM G8 GXP - $39,995
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#211715 - 12/27/08 10:29 AM Re: G8 GXP - $39,995
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Final EPA fuel economy ratings for the G8 GXP are 13 miles per gallon in the city, 20 miles per gallon on the highway.

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#211716 - 02/05/09 05:21 PM Re: G8 GXP - $39,995
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A beautiful Pontiac indeed but a little to much for me! Maybe someday I can own one but not right now.
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#211717 - 02/06/09 11:10 AM Re: G8 GXP - $39,995
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Dang, that's hot silver G8! Too bad fuel economy ratings and price keep me away.
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#211718 - 02/09/09 01:28 AM Re: G8 GXP - $39,995
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I got to sit in the GT & GXP at the Houston Auto Show. They are SUCH nice cars...
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#211719 - 02/16/09 12:09 PM Re: G8 GXP - $39,995
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ide like to get one, to be honest im in a situation on i dont know what to get. i plan on getting a new car after my next deployment. my choices are 2006-2008 vette c6, dodge challenger, new camaro, toyota tundra, and the one in this topic g8 gxp, i still have alot of time and i hope i can narrow my choice to one by then.
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#211720 - 02/19/09 05:46 AM Re: G8 GXP - $39,995
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chotchie, I think it depends on what you want from the vehicle. If you are like me, and you want a sedan for all the room it has, then the G8 GXP is the way to go. If you want a high-end sports coupe, then the Vette is THE choice. Something a little cheaper, but almost as fun, then the Camaro or Challenger. (That new Challenger is just GORGEOUS imo...) And if you want a truck, well, you know. lol
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#211721 - 02/19/09 04:53 PM Re: G8 GXP - $39,995
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my mind changes on a car everytime i pass a new dealership and glance over lol
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#211722 - 03/20/09 05:22 PM Re: G8 GXP - $39,995
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My dad has an 09 srt8 challenger and its pretty sick. Its got great handling and with the 6.1L hemi it has great power and acceleration. It also should have pretty good resale value. It's not really and all purpose car like say a GXP would be. Also it has a pretty small back seat. Im 6'4" and its not the most comfortable thing in the world but it's not unbareable. My friend has been a mechanic longer than ive been alive and he was telling me how corvettes can get to be a pian in the ass. The parts are expensive the car is complicated. As you know it only a two seater so that seriously cuts down on the passengers from the others. The car itself is a great sport car but like the challenger its not really something that you would want to drive to the store on a daily basis. In my opinion the G8 would be the way to go but if your more of a truck man toyota makes a good product. Hope this was helpful.
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