What Is the Difference between a Pontiac G6 GXP and a Pontiac G6 GT?

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The difference between a Pontiac G6 GXP and a Pontiac G6 GT is the size of the motor. The GXP has a slightly larger motor at 252 hp, compared to the 240's hp GT. The GT also has 18 inch rims and is a 6 speed. The GXP has styled 18 inch rims and a special body kit, otherwise it has everything the GT has.
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