Aspen Auto Clinic only hires the best ASE certified technicians to work on your Pontiac. Aspen Auto Clinic is Colorado Springs most trusted name in automotive service and repair of all brands of domestic vehicles. Our technicians are nothing short of “Field engineers” that not only know how to properly repair your vehicle, they know what needs to be done to keep them on the road safely!
Pontiac Repair in Colorado Springs & Denver
Better Than Dealership Service
The Longest Warranties in the Business
Aspen Auto Clinic stands behind our repairs with a 3 year/36,000 mile warranty on parts AND labor that is unmatched. If you are looking for the best Pontiac repair in Colorado Springs & Denver, there is no better destination than Aspen Auto Clinic.
GM’s Pontiac division got its name from an American Indian chief who revolted against the British after the French and Indian War. General Motors purchased the brand, which had merged with the Oakland Motor Car Company, in 1909. Pontiac’s sales of affordable six-cylinder models took off to the point where the Oakland nameplate was phased out in 1932. The brand has long been marketed as sporty muscle cars like the Firebird. Famous Pontiac styling elements included the split front grille, the arrowhead shaped nose, and multi-striped taillights. By early 2009, Pontiac’s ongoing financial problems caused GM’s decision to phase it out by year’s end of 2010. GM would then throw its support behind its four core brands in North America: GMC, Buick, Chevrolet, and Cadillac. The last Pontiac to roll off the American assembly line was made November 25, 2009. It was a G6, a fittingly beefy, yet nimble V-6 performance mid-sized sedan with the iconic Pontiac split front grille.