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Yellow 2008 Pontiac Roadster Solstice Gxp Convertible on 2040-cars

US $15,500.00
Year:2008 Mileage:13084
Location:

Colville, Washington, United States

Colville, Washington, United States

 A 2008 Pontiac Solstice GXP with only 13,084 miles in excellent condition, almost like new with no wear or tear.  This is a 1 owner car.  Has always been garaged, summer use only, no snow ever.  Has never been in an accident.  It is turbo charged with a 2.0L I4 Ecotec  engine with dual-scroll turbocharger and a gasoline direct injection with 260hp.  It has the GXP trim which is the higher end Solstice.  It has a ton of options as listed above and convenience features you would expect such as cruise control, power mirrors and window, remote keyless entry, leather seats and a 6 disc CD changer. Has had the ignition recall. This is very sexy sports car that turns heads. I have had a ton of fun driving it but have retired and need to pare down some of the vehicles we have. 

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