From 1926 to 2010, Pontiac was a division of General Motors that produced moderately priced alternatives to the traditional GM lineup. While Pontiacs were generally built on a GM platform, they are typically more luxurious, and often a bit experimental in nature. While Chevrolet and Buick cars tended to cater to the mainstream, Pontiac often offered models with a bit more flair, many of which were highly successful. Unfortunately, the 2008 recession took its toll on GM, and the decision to shut down Pontiac was made, despite a lineup of popular cars at the time. By the time Pontiac closed its doors, it was a major producer of a wide variety of vehicles, including economy cars, muscle cars, roadsters, vans, and SUVs, and today is still a widely American recognized brand.
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