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  • “...cabin stowage space is about as limited as that in the trunk - a pocket behind the driver's seat, a map holder in the wall behind it, a small compartment in the wall between the seats and a tiny glove box, and that's about all it will hold.” — Cars.com
  • “Solstice hits the mark for sporty fun. Predictable through turns, well-balanced, and agile in quick changes of direction. Responsive steering feels connected to the road.” — Consumer Guide
  • “The 18-inch wheels on the Solstice, compared to 16-inch wheels on the Miata, make the Pontiac look even sportier.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “The comfortable bucket seats are supportive, but their controls need to provide a larger range of comfort settings.” — MSN Autos
  • “Trunk is wide enough to fit one large or two small golf bags. Two soft duffle bags will also fit, but don't expect to carry even medium-sized boxes.” — Consumer Guide
  • “Quick lane changes can be done with no tire squeal, body lean or instability. It's almost like piloting a go-kart.” — MSN Autos
  • “The aluminum 16-valve engine produces 177 horsepower, which is enough to propel the fairly heavy 2,860-pound Solstice to 60 mph in a fairly quick 7.4 seconds if you rev it hard.” — MSN Autos
  • “Its rakish styling features Pontiac's twin-honeycomb grille, sexy curves and two retro-style head fairings on the trunk lid that look as if from slinky 1950s sports-racing cars now considered works of art.” — MSN Autos
  • “One of the most attractive aspects of the Solstice is its curvaceous looks. There's hardly a straight line or crease on the body.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “...the fuel gauge in the instrument panel is so deeply recessed it's impossible to see the needle at times.” — Cars.com
  • “GM has delivered that "gotta have" car.” — Cars.com
  • “Standard items include power steering, an adjustable steering column and an AM/FM/CD sound system, but not a heck of a lot else.” — MSN Autos
  • “One of the features that makes a sports car a delight to drive is a really good gearbox with short throws and precise shifts. The Pontiac team nailed this with the Solstice, as its gear changes are a delight to the touch, and I never came close to missing a shift.” — Road & Track
  • “The top is more complicated than the Miata's, as it involves opening the clamshell rear decklid and then pulling the top up and forward.” — Road & Track
  • “And, of course, there are the obligatory-in-America cupholders so we never have to go thirsty.” — Road & Track

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