Merry Christmas Baby! - 2007 Pontiac Solstice Convertible - "Mean" Yellow
Private seller / Contact seller
Fishers, Indiana, United States
Technical data for 2007 Pontiac Solstice Base
|Engine:||2.4 Liter - 4 Cylinder|
|Drive side:||Left-hand drive|
When the Solstice went on sale in the fall of 2005, it was the first production vehicle on GM's Kappa architecture. Equipped with a 2.4-liter Ecotec four-cylinder engine featuring variable valve timing, the Solstice is manufactured in Wilmington, Del.
A rear spoiler and sport pedals are on this model. Also, power height adjustment for the driver's seat is on this model.
According to Pontiac, designers sought to preserve the "clean lines and taut proportions" of the concept when creating the production version. Among the most notable styling features is the reverse-hinged forward-opening "clamshell" hood, matched by a similar setup for the trunk lid at the rear. Sporting a hunkered-down look, the Solstice has Pontiac's characteristic dual-port grille. The rear clamshell hides the top when it's down, thereby preserving the car's clean appearance. Nacelles that sweep behind each seat are shaped to match the head restraints.
The four-wheel-independent suspension has forged-aluminum control arms and monotube shock absorbers. This models has front and rear stabilizer bars. Five-spoke aluminum wheels hold 18-inch tires. Featuring a space frame structure and a 95.1-inch wheelbase, the Solstice is 157.2 inches long overall, 71.6 inches wide and 50.2 inches tall. Its track width is 60.5 inches in front and 61.2 inches at the rear.
Two passengers fit inside the Solstice's cockpit, which has a wraparound instrument panel. Deeply recessed round gauges have red numerals. The pedals are positioned to allow "heel-and-toe" footwork.
Under the Hood
This base model Solstice is powered by a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine with variable valve timing that makes 177 hp and 166 pounds-feet of torque. A five-speed automatic transmission is on this model.
Four-wheel disc brakes are standard on this model.