According to Wikicars, they said that the Pontiac was discontinued because On December 2, 2008, General Motors announced that it was considering eliminating numerous brands, including Pontiac, in order to appease Congress in the hope of receiving a 25 billion dollar bailout[
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The Pontiac brand was a division of General Motors. The brand was discontinued in 2009 due to financial woes, with all of the Pontiac dealers closing by 2010.
General Motors discontinued the entire Pontiac nameplate a few years ago, in a "trimming down" of the corporation.
No , Pontiac was a division of General Motors ( GM )
The G6 Pontiac is a car produced by the manufacturer General Motors. General Motors are an American company and the G6 Pontiac was first manufactured in 2004.
No. General Motors, or to be more specific, the Pontiac division of General Motors ceased production of the Pontiac Firebird model in 2002. The Pontiac division itself became defunct in 2010.
It means that it was built by the Pontiac division of General Motors.
Pontiac, a division of General Motors
Both motors are made by General Motors and are the same.
ranson e olds was the creator and the first president of the oldsmobile corperation GM(general motors) discontinued oldsmobile also along with hummer,pontiac,saturn,and saab
Pontiac and Buick are nameplates belonging to General Motors. And the Pontiac nameplate has been retired.
No, the Aurora was made by Oldsmobile, which was discontinued by General Motors.
GM Saturn is a company that is a subsidiary of General Motors. The company originally manufactured and sold cars but was discontinued by General Motors in 2010.