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Pontiac G5
aka Pontiac Pursuit
Pontiac G4
Production 2004-2009
Class Compact
Body Style 2-Door Coupe(U.S. and Canada)
4-Door Sedan(Canada Only)
Length Coupe: 179.8 in (4567 mm)

2005-07 Sedan: 180.3 in (4580 mm) 2008-2010 Sedan: 180.5 in (4585 mm)

Width 2005-07 Coupe: 67.5 in (1715 mm

2008-2010 Coupe: 67.9 in (1725 mm)

Sedan: 67.9 in (1725 mm)

Height 2005-07 Coupe: 55.6 in (1412 mm)

2008-2010 Coupe: 55.7 in (1415 mm)

Sedan: 57.1 in (1450 mm)

Wheelbase Coupe: 103.5 in (2629 mm)

Sedan: 103.3 in (2624 mm)

Weight 2808–2989 lb (1273–1355 kg)
Transmission {{{transmission + drive}}}
Engine 2.2 L DOHC Ecotec I-4
2.4L DOHC Ecotec VVT I-4
Power 148 hp (2.2L)
173 hp (2.4L)
Similar Honda Civic
Ford Focus
Toyota Corolla
Mazda 3
Dodge Caliber
Designer {{{Designer (lead designer if it was a team effort)}}}

The Pontiac G5 is a rebadged Chevrolet Cobalt compact car marketed by the Pontiac division of General Motors. It was first introduced in 2004 for the 2005 model year. For 2005 and early 2006, this car was known as the Pontiac Pursuit in the Canadian market, and G5 Pursuit during mid-2006. It was also known as the Pontiac G4 in Mexico from 2005-2006. It was released to the U.S. market in August 2006 as a 2007 model. The G5 and Cobalt are built upon the GM Delta platform and is available as a sedan in Canada and Mexico. In the United States, the G5 is only available as a coupe.

GM has announced that when the Cruze goes on sale, a Pontiac version will not be sold. The G5 discontinued when the Cobalt discontinued in 2010.[citation needed]

See Autopedia's comprehensive Pontiac G5 Review.

Recent Changes

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Styles and Major Options

The Pontiac G5 comes in a coupe in the U.S. In Canada a sedan trim is available. There are two models offered. The Base G5 and the GT.


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  • Performance Red Tintcoat
  • Summit White
  • Victory Red
  • Competition Yellow
  • Stealth Gray Metallic
  • Titanium Metallic

Main Competitors

Ford Focus

Honda Civic

Toyota Corolla

Mazda 3

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In the U.S. the Pontiac G5 is sold only as a coupe bodystyle in only two trim levels.

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