Online sales with worldwide home delivery available. 72 hour Money Back Guarantee of complete satisfaction. Clean Carfax, Accident Free, Immaculate, Safety and Detailing Included "Most 10-year-old cars are just used cars, destined to head steadily to the bottom of their depreciation curve as an intermediate stop on the way to their ultimate destination— the local pick-and-pull lot. Here's Number One in Hagerty's "five used cars that might follow a different path" — appreciation and a cushy spot in the Garage Mahal of a collector: Number 1. 2009 Pontiac Solstice GXP coupe: Pontiac’s demise during GM’s bankruptcy was a sad story, and the loss of this fantastic sports car made it all the more bitter. The Solstice roadster was an attractive car. The Solstice coupe was drop-dead gorgeous and far more practical. Just 1,200 were built before GM killed Pontiac and closed the Delaware plant in which it was built. Used coupes with normal miles have barely depreciated and low mileage cars are already appreciating." The car went on sale in early 2009.The Pontiac Solstice Coupes are considered to be quite rare: There were a total of 1,266 Solstice Coupes that were able to be manufactured before the production line in Wilmington, Delaware was shut down: 102 pre-production 2009 models, 1,152 sequentially vin'd regular production 2009 models, and 12 pre-production 2010 models. This is in contrast to over 64,000 of the Pontiac Solstice Convertibles that were manufactured. 835 were powered by the GXP 2.0 ltr with more than 260 hp wrapped on a 3100 lb car.