2005 Pontiac GTO

    (4 Reviews)


    2005 Pontiac GTO Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the Pontiac GTO

    • The GTO's handling is really more Deutschland than Detroit. In corners the front end bites hard and the rear tracks dutifully, the understeer staying mostly in the shadows.

      - Car and Driver
    • It zooms to 60 mph in 5.3 seconds and hits 100 mph in 13.4 seconds. The engine loafs at 75 mph in sixth gear, and the car has a top speed of nearly 160 mph.

      - MSN Autos
    • Passengers will find meaningful leg and shoulder room; a direct benefit of the GTO's long-waisted design and generous (for a coupe) 109.8-in. wheelbase.

      - Road & Track
    • Approaching the GTO in the steel, you can see how the styling is wind-tunnel smoothed to a 0.31 coefficient of drag, but there's still a refined tension in the long fenders and extended rear quarters that catches the eye.

      - Road & Track

    What reviewers liked least about the Pontiac GTO

    • ...shifter has well-defined gates but a rubbery feel.

      - Road & Track

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