Pontiac PDF Sales Brochures

G3, G5, G6, G8, Safari, Torrent & Vibe


Pontiac Model Range

2008 Pontiac Full Line PDF Brochure (8.7 MB)

Pontiac G3

2009 Pontiac G3 PDF Flyer (0.5 MB)

Pontiac G5

2009 Pontiac G5 PDF Flyer (0.6 MB)

Pontiac G6

2009 Pontiac G6 PDF Flyer (0.6 MB)
2006 Pontiac G6 PDF Brochure (1.6 MB)

Pontiac G8

2009 Pontiac G8 PDF Brochure (1.8 MB)
2009 Pontiac G8 PDF Flyer (0.6 MB)

Pontiac GTO

2006 Pontiac GTO PDF Brochure (2.3 MB)

Pontiac Safari

1974 Pontiac Safari Brochure (2.1 MB)

Pontiac Solstice

2006 Pontiac Solstice Brochure (1.4 MB)

Pontiac SV6

2006 Pontiac SV6 Brochure (1.3 MB)

Pontiac Torrent

2009 Pontiac Torrent PDF Flyer (0.4 MB)
2006 Pontiac Torrent PDF Brochure (2.5 MB)

Pontiac Vibe

2009 Pontiac Vibe PDF Brochure (21.0 MB)
2006 Pontiac Vibe PDF Brochure (1.5 MB)

2009 Pontiac G8
From Page 15
2009 Pontiac G8 PDF Sales Catalog


Pontiac History

Pontiac was an American automobile brand, its roots dating back to 1893 with the Pontiac Buggy Company. The founder Edward M. Murphy started an offshoot, the Oakland Motor Car Company (Oakland) in 1907. The first vehicles went to market in 1908. General Motors (GM) bought 50% of Oakland in 1909 and later the same year the remaining stocks after the founder died.

GM through Oakland introduced the Pontiac Motor Car Company (Pontiac) brand in 1926, as a companion brand to Oakland. Pontiac was priced in between Chevrolet, the least expensive GM brand, and Oakland. The first Pontiac was a car with a straight six, but sold at the competitions 4 cylinder price point. Pontiac sold better than Oakland, by 163,000 units in 1929. Oakland had declining sales and the brand was closed down in 1932.

Pontiac ended production in 2009 and the brand was closed down in 2010.

1974 Pontiac Safari Catalina Wagon
From Page 6
1974 Pontiac Safari Sales Catalog