Service and Repair of Pontiac Vehicles
When you bring your Pontiac to our ASE certified technicians here at Champion Auto Truck Fleet, we will inspect it and let you know anything we find that may need further attention. From engine problems to simpler services like new brakes or a tire rotation, we are here to help you. Our expert mechanics are well trained and qualified to work on all Pontiac models, no matter what you drive. From oil changes and brake jobs to diagnostics and internal engine repair, trust Champion Auto Truck Fleet to keep your Pontiac on the road for years to come. Whether you own a Sunfire, a GTO, a Solstice, a G6, or anything in between, bring your Pontiac to Champion Auto Truck Fleet in Dayton for all your maintenance and repair needs!
Some top Pontiac cars we service include the Grand Am, Solstice, GXP, GTO, and G6. We also provide service for the Pontiac Aztek SUV model.
Join our Dayton drivers in choosing a team that will service your Pontiac with the care it deserves providing you with many years of driving like new for longer. True maintenance done right will ensure you have fewer costs and more quality time behind the wheel on the road. Our team of highly qualified technicians has the diagnostic equipment and the training as well as experience to get any service, maintenance or warranty work required done promptly and efficiently. Trust our team at Champion Auto Truck Fleet in Dayton with any sort of repair or maintenance you need and enjoy the exceptional customer service that comes with that vehicle service. We always use OEM quality parts, and we specialize in excellent customer service. Next time your Pontiac is in need of maintenance or repair, call or stop by Champion Auto Truck Fleet.
Pontiac Fun Facts: From 1926 to 2010, Pontiac was a division of General Motors that produced moderately priced alternatives to the traditional GM lineup. 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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