The gxps aren't that low actually, the ones on the pontiac site are just lowered so they appeal to more people and look nicer. I lowered my g6 and I love how it looks as compared to the stock stance of a suv. Here is a really low g6.I have never & refuse to lower my rides in any way, shape or form. My 2005 G6-GT is lower than any car I've eyt to own. The front air dam (as I call it doesn't perform well against other items such as partking blocks - so it remains in my trunk as I quickly tired of reinstalling it. The new GXP allows not enough room to run over a pop can much less anything else. Some (& I use this word loosely) of the new styling is well done but, the majority is gawdy to the extreme. Someone apparently is trying to revitalize the Firebird via G6.
If they wanted to revitalize a good thing, why not use the concept - I know I loved that styling - that's what brought me to the G6 to start wtih.
Starting with the 2007 model year GM has installed a recorder of sorts that shows how many times your PCM has been accessed or flashed. It stores up to 10 access atempts or flashes. Some say simply get a Vector tune with a new ECM and you are good to go but this is not the case either! When you put your old PCM in it will show the mileage when it ran last and the last time it had power. I work at a Dealership and sell these cars I had Vector tune my 2006 Trailblazer SS and they rock, but I just wanted to let you know if your dealer is a dick he will know and can use aginst you
I'm getting my wife a white GXP sedan with the street package, I'm thinking aboutthe GM acessory chrome 7 spoke wheels. What do you guys think?
I know their is alot of info in this post but I'm on my I-phone and trying to make this all make sense.