Actual ratings will vary with options, driving conditions, habits and vehicle condition.
The GXP looks mostly the same as the standard Solstice, but a black honeycomb front grille, a small chin spoiler, and dual exhausts distinguish the two. The four-wheel disc brakes are unchanged, but added grillework around the fog lamps houses cooling ducts that direct air to the front rotors. What separates the 2007 260-hp Solstice GXP from last year's 177-hp model is a Turbocharged 2.0 liter ecotec 4 cylinder engine thant equals to a 47-percent increase in horsepower and 57-percent boost in torque with its new GXP. That's already a good deal, but much of the optional gear on the base Solstice, such as a limited-slip differential, anti-lock brakes, cruise control, and power windows and locks - things you'd want - is standard on the GXP. This 2007 Solstice, packs a punch of 260 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque from a direct-injection turbocharged and intercooled 2.0-liter version of GM's four-cylinder Ecotec. Yes, the stodgy General is introducing its first gasoline direct-injection turbo at the same time as BMW. Shocked? The GXP adds a stiffer suspension, a taller axle ratio, and a shorter third-gear ratio in the same five-speed Aisin transmission. That new ratio eliminates the previously large gap between second and third gears, and the base Solstice gets this improvement as well. The stubby shifter falls to hand and engages positively
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