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Posted: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 6:30 PM


Great little car. Runs beautifully. Gets about 28-30 MPG on highway. Owned first by my brother since new, and now by me for the last 6 months or so. Car has never been smoked in. Selling because I need a van.

All equipment except tires, air and oil filter,s and windshield wipers are OEM. Car has very low mileage for its age, and wear and tear is minimal overall. Tires are in great shape. Oil, air filter, and wiper blades were all changed about 1600 miles ago. Vehicle even has nearly a full tank of gas. I've done my best to clean it up, but the car really needs a good detailing. You can only do so much with a car vac and Armor All wipes. Still, it is very clean overall. The car also has a great AM/FM Satellite equipped CD/MP3 player with access jack for sound from your phone, tablet, or other devices. For satellite radio, you would need to get a subscription to a service. This car also has a HUGE trunk space. Great for traveling.

Now, like any car close to ten years old, it does have some minor flaws. It needs new floor mats. There are some almost unnoticeable dings in the rear around the license plate where someone hit and ran at a red light. You MAY be able to see it in the pics. Also, a small ding on edge of passenger side door, a small ding from the hail a couple of weeks ago on the hood, and a scuff on the passenger side front fender. There appears to be a loose wire in the front for the radio speakers, as the front speakers don't work most of the time, but sometimes do. As I know nothing about where those speakers wires are, or how to get to them, I have not repaired that issue. The rear speakers work fine, so it is not something I worry about. There is a small tear (about 2 inches) in the side of the driver's seat where the seat belt got caught between the door and seat. I plan to repair that with some cloth tape when I get down to Walmart. The turn signals don't automatically turn off, so you have to do that manually. Lastly, the tire pressure sensors need to be replaced, as does the passenger side airbag sensor. Since none of these affect the performance, safety, or driveability of the car, I have not replaced them.

With all the minor issues listed, I have done Blue Book value on the car and it says trade in value is between $1900 and $2200. Which makes resale value $3800 to $4400. I am splitting the difference in the middle at $4000 firm. Serious inquiries only. This is going to be a classic soon, as they don't even make Pontiacs any more.

2008 pontiac g5
VIN: 1g2al18f787194947
condition: excellent
cylinders: 4 cylinders
drive: fwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 91150
paint color: red
size: mid-size
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: coupe

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