Manufactured by General Motors, Pontiac was a very popular automotive brand up until 2009 when production ended. The brand was established in 1926 and still remains an active trademark of General Motors today. Pontiac quickly gained popularity in the 1950s and became a companion make for Chevrolet. It was also seen as the performance division of General Motors for many years.
Some of Pontiac’s models still remain favourites today, such as the Firebird, which has enjoyed a long production history starting in 1967 up to 2002. Other reputable models include the Grand Am, Sunbird and Bonneville – the latter of which was used as the pace car for the Indianapolis 500 in 1958. Pontiac introduced a high-powered V8 engine which, in 1956, was the first in a series of NASCAR-ready engines. If you want to fine tune your own Pontiac model, you can choose from our wide selection of repair manuals. They have all the information and guidance you need to handle any DIY servicing or repairs.