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2008 Pontiac G8 GT Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of a 2008 Pontiac G8 GT. I take
viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car while
showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues
to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it, start
it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough tour/review of
this car designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the
APSA Outlaw 10.5W
Some of the Outlaw 10.5 class qualifying at the APSA FUCHS Shootout held at
Calder Park Raceway.
Pontiac G8 GT and GXP - Review / Transformation
This is a video review of a Pontiac G8 GT with Dave "DuBob" Richie. He's a
former owner of a modified 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP, which is one of the
nicest Grand Prixs in the country and won 1st place in several club
contests. Dave is an active member on ClubGP and G8 Board. We definitely
had some fun with this one, so I hope you'll enjoy it.
p.s. watch past the credits for some bloopers!
Pontiac G8 GXP Interview Video - Kelley Blue Book
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2009 Pontiac G8 GXP. Pontiac was once revered for its iconic performance
cars like the GTO but its recent offerings have been plagued with tacky
body cladding and overblown "sporty" design details. Thankfully, General
Motors' Bob Lutz took a hatchet to the flawed designs and brought in
Holden, an Australian division of GM, to help rebuild the style of these
performance-driven cars. There is no better representative of Pontiac's
design revolution than the new G8 GXP. Gone are the side strakes and large
spoilers of years past, leaving behind sleek bodylines and only subtle
hints to the power that lies under the hood. A new front fascia, with large
twin port grilles and air intakes, houses the same LS3 6.2-liter 402-horsepower V8 engine
that propels the Chevy Corvette. Other new design elements include 19-inch
high-polished aluminum wheels, chrome accents including quad Exhaust tips and an understated rear spoiler.
Click on the Video below to watch Pontiac's Doug Houlihan show kbb.com's
Jack R. Nerad around the new Pontiac G8 GXP. For more new car reviews,
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2009 Pontiac G8 GT Review
MPGomatic.com puts a 2009 Pontiac G8 GT sedan to a week-long test drive.
The G8 GT is a pure performance bargain and may represent both the best and
the last of the breed ... Full Review:
2014 Cadillac CTS Vsport vs 2013 Lexus GS350 F Sport! - Head 2 Head Ep. 45
The 2013 Lexus GS F Sport has taken down the likes of the BMW 535i, Audi A6
and Infiniti M37 in previous comparisons, and is our reigning king of the
luxury performance sedan segment. The new 2014 Cadillac CTS Vsport brings
two turbos, over 100 more horsepower, and a history of
excellent track-day capability to the table, but weighs over 100 lbs. more
than the Lexus. Can the light, balanced, and nimble Lexus hold its own
against the American powerhouse Cadillac CTS V Sport? On this episode of
Head 2 Head, Jonny Lieberman takes both cars to the testing grounds, canyon
roads, and finally the racetrack to find out.
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2008 Pontiac G8/ Quick Drive
Cars.com's Dave Thomas takes a look at the 2008 Pontiac G8. It competes
with the Chrysler 300 and Ford Taurus.
Shot and produced by: Sarah Gersh
Edited by: Lindsay Bjerregaard
Pontiac G8 test drive
Behind the wheel of the Pontiac G8, Holden's latest export to the United
The 2008 Pontiac G8 lineup will offer two models: G8 and G8 GT. Each will
come with a host of standard performance, convenience and safety features,
Four-wheel independent suspension
Four-wheel disc brakes with ABS and traction control
Electronic stability control
18-inch aluminum wheels (19-inch wheels available with sport package)
Seat-mounted thorax air bags and dual-stage frontal air bags for front
passengers, with automatic passenger sensing system
Roof rail side-impact air bags for both seating rows
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Power-adjustable front seats
Chrome Exhaust tips
Rear lip spoiler
A sport package will be available for both models and adds features such as
specific wheels including 19-inch aluminum wheels and performance tires on
GT a rear wing spoiler, leather shift knob, leather-wrapped steering wheel
and alloy pedals.
Distinctive elements include hood scoops and front fender vents, as well as
projector-beam headlamps housed in crystal-clear lenses. At the rear,
jewel-like taillamps also are mounted in housings and feature bright detail
work surrounding the red lighting elements. G8 models have red taillamp
lenses and twin chrome Exhaust
outlets, while G8 GT models feature clear taillamp lenses and quad chrome
Exhaust tips. All models have an
antenna mounted at the rear of the roof.
The base G8 model receives a 3.6L DOHC V-6 with variable valve timing,
rated at 261 horsepower (194 kW). It is
paired with a five-speed automatic transmission with manual shift mode.
The G8 GT is powered by a uniquely configured 6.0L small-block V-8, rated
at 362 horsepower
(270 kW) and 391 lb.-ft. of torque (530 Nm). A six-speed automatic
transmission with manual shift mode is standard and features the
fuel-saving Active Fuel Management system, which enhances fuel economy by
alternating between eight- and four-cylinder power. An optional six-speed
manual transmission will be available soon after launch.
A limited-slip rear differential is standard with GT models.
A 114.8-inch (2915 mm) wheelbase, wide front ( 62.7 inches / 1592 mm) and
rear ( 63.3 inches / 1608 mm) tracks, and a fully adjustable, four-wheel
independent suspension system combine to give the G8 a confident, sharp
The four-wheel independent suspension system employs a MacPherson strut
design in the front and a four-link coil-over-shock design in the rear.
Tuning is specific between the base and GT models, but both models use a
direct-acting front stabilizer bar, decoupled rear stabilizer bar and
lateral ball joints on the rear suspension. This system delivers increased
lateral stiffness for enhanced handling.
The front suspension features fully adjustable caster, camber and toe; the
rear suspension has fully adjustable camber and toe, which enables more
precise, tailored suspension tuning.
A four-wheel disc brake system includes standard anti-lock and traction
control features and is partnered with a standard electronic stability
control system. Both the base and GT models feature vented front and rear
disc rotors, with twin-piston alloy calipers in front; the rear brakes
feature alloy calipers with single-piston actuation. The brakes are
approximately one-inch larger on the higher-performance GT model.
Designed to meld form and function with world-class fit and finish, the
G8's interior delivers both comfort and convenience, packaged in a level of
sophistication not often found in its price range. A driver-oriented
instrument cluster positions the gauges for easy, direct line of sight; an
electronic driver information center is located between the large, round
tachometer and speedometer.
Attention to detail includes jewel-like instruments, selective use of satin
and chrome trim and rich-feeling, grained textures throughout. The
instrument cluster glows with crisp, white light on the primary instruments
and Pontiac 's signature red lighting illuminates the rest of the
instrument panel cluster.
The seats offer firm support to hold occupants in place during aggressive
cornering; all seats were designed to deliver excellent comfort during long
drives. Cloth seating surfaces are standard, with heated leather seating
available. G8 GT models will also offer an optional two-tone cloth or
leather combination that pairs black with either red or blue inserts and
color-matched instrument faces on certain exterior color combinations.
Pontiac Reinvents Itself: 2008 Pontiac G8 GT by Inside Line
The conversation went something like this: "Hey, Steve, come by with the
Bee. Let's see how it stacks up against this 2008 Pontiac G8 GT."
Motorhead Steve lives up the street. His dad was a Dodge dealer back in the
1960s. The guy knows option codes from the muscle car era like they're his
kids' names and has a tattoo on his left forearm that reads "Mopar is Mom."
More important, he just bought himself a screaming yellow 2007 Dodge
Charger SRT8 Super Bee. We knew he wouldn't hesitate.
2009 Pontiac G8 GXP
Cars.com's Mike Hanley takes a look at the 2009 Pontiac G8 GXP. It competes
with the Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300C.
Produced by; Matthew Avery