The 2005 Pontiac GTO: A Powerhouse of a Compact Car

If you're looking for a compact car that packs a punch, look no further than the 2005 Pontiac GTO. With its rear-wheel drive and 8-cylinder, 6.0 liter engine, this car is built for speed and power.

But the GTO isn't just about raw performance. It also boasts a sleek and stylish design that is sure to turn heads on the road. And with its automatic 4-speed transmission, it's easy to handle as well.

One thing to keep in mind is that the GTO does require premium gasoline, so it may not be the most cost-effective car on the market. However, its annual petroleum consumption is still relatively low at 18.594375 and it gets a combined MPG of 16.

In terms of size class, the GTO falls under the category of compact cars. But don't let that fool you - this car has plenty of room for passengers and cargo.

While the GTO may not be the most environmentally friendly car, it still holds its own with a CO2 tailpipe rating of 555.4375. And for those looking for a hybrid option, the GTO unfortunately does not have that capability.

So what will it cost you to own a 2005 Pontiac GTO? The annual fuel cost for this car is estimated at $4500, which may be a bit steep for some. But for those who are willing to spend a little extra for a powerhouse of a car, the GTO is definitely worth considering.