Pontiac X6 SUV

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    It's nice, better than the Asstek, but why X6?... it's very close to X5 :huh:
    Sorry China, we'll buy your disposable electronics and lead coated toys, but when we Americans want a cheap car with horrible quality, we get a Chrysler.
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    Originally posted by gerardo_zg@Jan 11 2004, 10:55 PM
    It's nice, better than the Asstek, but why X6?... it's very close to X5* :huh:
    Crossover with a V6. Follows the same naming convention for Pontiacs in the future. (Except the 4-banger rental grade Pontiac G6.... <_< )

    Nice Rex, but I don&#39;t like the huge blacked out Aztek like nostrils on a tall wagon. Reminds me of this:



    I&#39;d also like to see Pontiac choose a styling direction. I thought they were going for rounded grill nostrils with shiny silver inserts. But the Vibe, Aztek, and new Pontiac Wave keep the 1/4 of a Pie nostril look alive. I prefer the nostrils on the GXPs.

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    X6= UberVibe
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    Slightly different grille:


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    Good Chop, but I don&#39;t like the idea

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    Not really that big of a change...I think I would like it better with the corners of the grille smoothed out a little and the entire grille a tad smaller, with mayo on the side...

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    I like this second shot. Looks good.

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