Pontiac Service & Repair in Portland, OR serving Milwaukie, Sunnyside, Gladstone, Gresham, Woodstock, Oak Grove, Happy Valley, Clackamas, OR
Pontiac Automotive Service & Repair Shop in Portland, OR
In the GM line, Pontiac is known for its exciting sports-performance and look. Pontiacs are great cars to drive and should be maintained to factory sports-standards.
At K&M Auto Service in Portland, OR we make it our priority to keep your Pontiac running efficiently with regular service, repair and maintenance. Automotive maintenance is important to keeping your vehicle running in top condition and lasting long into the future. Our40 – point inspection comes with any service you bring your Pontiac in to see us for.
Pontiac Repair, Maintenance & Services
Some suggested maintenance & services that your Pontiac car, truck or SUV may need include:
Our mechanics are up to date on all of the latest technology and have many years of experience repairing and maintaining vehicles. Our friendly staff has a wealth of knowledge and are ready to help you in any way they can.
Both of our shops are located in Portland. We proudly serve the following areas: Milwaukie, Sunnyside, Gladstone, Gresham, Woodstock and all communities in the Portland area.
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, or call our 2820 SE 50th Ave shop at (503) 235-1485, or our 1561 SE 122nd Ave at (503) 257-9667.
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A Brief History of Pontiac
is named after the town of Pontiac, Michigan. The company was first founded in 1893 by Edward M. Murphy to produce horse-drawn carriages. In 1909, after Murphy’s death, GM purchased Pontiac.
The first Pontiac vehicle was rolled out in 1926, the Five Passenger Coach. Pontiac continued to grow and achieve success through the 1920’s and 30’s. Pontiac maintained that success immediately after WWII, but by the mid 50’s Pontiac was falling behind its competitors. Pontiac experienced a revival during the 1960’s and the “performance era” of vehicles. In 1964, Pontiac unveiled the mid-sized Tempest, which set the stage for Pontiac’s success in the 60’s. That same year, Pontiac also introduced the GTO, one of the most legendary performance cars ever produced.
As the oil crisis hit America in the 1970’s, buyers turned away from gas-guzzling muscle cars and started looking for more economical alternatives. In 2008, after years of dropping sales and popularity, GM announced that it was phasing out Pontiac. In 2010, the last Pontiac ever produced rolled off the assembly line.