Pontiac Insurance Rates
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Is insurance for Pontiac expensive?
Are Pontiac G6 expensive to insure?
A: Like most other cars, the cost of insurance varies by insurer and can depend on your age and location. The more expensive an auto, generally the higher the rates for individuals with good driving records. Due to its low price and fairly high safety ratings, we would expect G6 insurance premiums to be average for a midsize sedan like this one. According to consumer research from Insure.com, full coverage rates (liability, comprehensive, and collision) averaged $1,707 per year nationwide as of July 2011; that's slightly below average compared to other models in our Best Insurance Rates tool. For example: Acura TL ($2,026), Ford Taurus ($2,718).
Why was Pontiac discontinued?
Pontiac was discontinued in 2010, though it had been on a long, slow sales decline since the early 2000s. In 2001, Pontiac sold 196,838 units. By 2007, that number dropped to 125,226 units. In 2009 and 2010 combined, Pontiac sold just 56,978 units.
Is Pontiac still in business?
Yes. The company went through bankruptcy proceedings in 2009 (with the majority of the company being sold to General Motors). However, Pontiac still exists today. However, their products are currently built on GM's global platforms and marketed under the Chevrolet nameplate through GM's various marques (Chevrolet, Buick, GMC).
Potential Rate Discounts
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|5-yr Accident Free||$81|
|5-yr Claim Free||$86|
|Paid in Full/EFT||$47|
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