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Launched in 2004 as a replacement for the Grand Am, the G6 had a sharp design with clean lines. The new design introduced with the G6 was a major change from previous Pontiac cars. The new G6 was nice to look at and even more fun to drive. 2 years after the launch of the G6 sedan a convertible and a 2-door coupe version was launched to appeal to other drivers. In an attempt to avoid bankruptcy during the financial crisis of 208, the G6 went through a redesign to try to persuade more people to purchase a Pontiac. Unfortunately, by 2010 Pontiac, owned by General Motors, shut down as carmakers were forced to downsize.

Batteries Plus carries a large selection of high-quality automotive Duracell Ultra batteries for your G6. It's important to know which size battery your G6 requires, check the owner's manual, look under the hood or use our fitment finder to make sure that you don't use the wrong size battery  .

Not sure how to find the right battery you need for your G6? Check out our helpful article "How Do I Know Which Car Battery Fits My Car?  " where we walk you through different ways to make sure you know the exact battery your G6 needs.

Have your new Pontiac G6 battery installed by the professionals at Batteries Plus. Our trained experts at our 700+ locations around the country will install your battery free of charge and in most cases under an hour. Free battery installation is available on most cars but not every car qualifies, please contact your local store for details.

Extend the life of your new battery by upgrading to our optional Premier Installation service to have anti-corrosion materials and terminal protectors installed when your new battery is installed.

Batteries Plus also carries a large selection of headlights, interior and exterior light bulbs, wiper blades and even key fobs if you need to pick up anything else while you're shopping for your new G6 battery. Take a look at our Automotive Center to see everything we have to offer.

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Pontiac G6 FAQs

The BCI Group Size 75 battery is the most common battery seen in the Pontiac G6. The battery in your car may vary and it's always a good idea to verify what you need before making a purchase by looking under the hood, in the owner's manual or using our fitment finder.

We have several options for your G6 from Duracell Ultra that range anywhere from around $180 to $200. A new battery shouldn't be a burden on your wallet and we have options to suit any budget.

Most car batteries will typically last between 3 and 5 years with little maintenance. You can extend the life of your new G6 battery by routinely checking for and remove any corrosion that has built up on the battery terminals with a terminal protection kit or a mixture of baking soda and water and a wire brush.

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