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Pontiac Solstice

Pontiac Solstice Sales Figures

Pontiac Solstice

Here you will find yearly Canadian and U.S. sales figures for the Pontiac Solstice. The Pontiac Solstice was a sports car from General Motors’ Pontiac division, and it represented an attempt to inject excitement and rejuvenation into the brand. Produced from 2005 to 2009, the Solstice was praised for its striking design and engaging driving dynamics, but its life was cut short due to the discontinuation of the Pontiac brand.

The Solstice’s exterior design was one of its standout features. With sleek, curvy lines and aggressive front-end styling, it drew attention and won acclaim from both critics and consumers. The car was available as a roadster with a manually operated soft top, and a coupe version was introduced later in its production run.

The Solstice was built on GM’s Kappa platform, which it shared with the Saturn Sky. Power came from a 2.4-liter naturally aspirated inline-4 engine producing 177 horsepower. A turbocharged GXP variant was also available, featuring a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine generating 260 horsepower, providing a more spirited driving experience. Both 5-speed manual and 5-speed automatic transmissions were offered, and the car’s rear-wheel-drive layout contributed to its sporty handling characteristics.

Pontiac Solstice U.S Sales Data & Charts

The Solstice’s production was relatively short-lived, coming to an end after the 2009 model year when General Motors decided to discontinue the Pontiac brand during its restructuring. The car’s brief lifespan means that it remains a somewhat rare and unique offering in the used sports car market. The GXP versions, in particular, are sought after for their increased performance.

Year Sales Units
2005 5,445
2006 19,710
2007 16,782
2008 10,739
2009 5,642
2010 157

Source: Automakers & ANDC