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2005 Pontiac Wave [T200]

2005 Pontiac Wave [T200] in Eureka, TV Series, 2006-2012 IMDB Ep. 1.07

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: KR — Made for: CDN

2005 Pontiac Wave [T200]

Position 00:04:56 [*] Background vehicle

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Exiv96 BE

2007-02-11 00:00

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Pontiac Wave.

antp BE

2007-02-11 00:09

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Well done... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pontiac_Wave
After the Smart (that seem to exist only in Canada and not in USA), now a Canadian Pontiac which is a rebadged Daewoo :D

-- Last edit: 2007-02-11 00:09:48

modell US

2007-02-11 00:42

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This is a Chevrolet Aveo in the US.

rjluna2 US

2008-08-30 03:45

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This one is based on GM Daewoo [T200] platform...

antp BE

2008-12-20 22:42

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Same scene reused in episode 3.06

[Image: eureka306pontiac000423jv4.935.jpg]
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jettalover US

2008-12-21 01:24

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It's coming to the U.S. soon as the G3.

taxiguy US

2008-12-21 02:04

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Assuming that the Pontiac brand will be around long enough for that to happen...

jettalover US

2008-12-21 02:07

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:p

Neptune US

2008-12-21 02:26

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taxiguy wrote Assuming that the Pontiac brand will be around long enough for that to happen...


You’re not very optimistic are you ?

jettalover US

2008-12-21 02:54

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The name will soon be changed to G3 Wave in Canada. GM needs to eliminate brands if it wants to survive. I'd say Hummer, Saab, GMC, and Buick should die.

Neptune US

2008-12-21 03:13

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Hummer’s future outlook is not very good, GM has been considering either terminating the brand, or selling
it off to a prospective buyer (though I don’t know of any company that would want it) SAAB will not die. GMC
is too valuable in the Commercial truck market; Buick may be terminated, like Oldsmobile.

landrover1 AR

2008-12-21 05:03

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Neptune wrote SAAB will not die.

SAAB RULES¡¡¡¡¿

taxiguy US

2008-12-21 05:16

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Saab won't die, it will just be sold off to someone else. Hummer however I can't say the same about. GMC needs to go more than any of them though, it is an utterly pointless brand and always has been. EVERY SINGLE MODEL that they make has an exactly identical Chevrolet counterpart. Buick should also be put out to pasture, but I can't say for sure that it will be since I don't know if GM has the brains and/or gall to do it. I swear, if I was running that company it wouldn't be in the trouble it's in right now, they're such idiots :o

chicomarx BE

2008-12-21 05:19

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GM already announced in the senate that Saab is one of the brands they consider selling.

They say there's interest from "many" different companies. Including Renault, BMW and Tata Motors from India... (which famously bought Jaguar)

chicomarx BE

2008-12-21 05:34

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Read here:

"Number of companies interested in buying Saab"
Link to "www.google.com"

also
http://blog.wired.com/cars/2008/12/sweden-rescues.html
"Sweden Rescues Volvo and Saab from Fjord and Generål Mötors Woes"

tonkatracker US

2008-12-21 15:09

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taxiguy wrote Saab won't die, it will just be sold off to someone else. Hummer however I can't say the same about. GMC needs to go more than any of them though, it is an utterly pointless brand and always has been. EVERY SINGLE MODEL that they make has an exactly identical Chevrolet counterpart. Buick should also be put out to pasture, but I can't say for sure that it will be since I don't know if GM has the brains and/or gall to do it. I swear, if I was running that company it wouldn't be in the trouble it's in right now, they're such idiots :o


IMHO It would be a shame to see the GMC nameplate gone, as it has been around just as long as Chevrolet. What I think GM should do is Turn Chevrolet int an all car division and sell all of the Trucks under the GMC brand name. I do not think this will happen though as there are to many "Chevrolet-purists" that want a Silverado and not a Sierra because of the bowtie. I think that GM should cut back on the badge engineering between the divisions and go back to the way it use to be. They should sell off the Hummer name. Then they should cut down on the number of vehicles that each division has. GMC should be THE truck division, Cadillac should be the luxury car division (meaning get rid of the Escalade and the crossovers) Chevrolet needs to be the Working-class cars, and Pontiac needs to be the more performance- oriented division etc, etc. Like I said before they should get rid of some of the rebadges (there is no need to sell a Chevy Aveo and a G3 for instance)

Neptune US

2008-12-21 17:48

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taxiguy wrote GMC needs to go more than any of them though, it is an utterly pointless brand and always has been. EVERY SINGLE MODEL that they make has an exactly identical Chevrolet counterpart.


True I guess, but that’s not RMVCs (GMC) fault. That fault rests on GM’s poor stewardship. RMVC is most noted for pioneering the
US Commercial work truck industry, and making advancements in that field, which is one reason why GM wanted it all to its self. GMC
has also been a prominent suppler to the US Army in the past and established a trustworthy name. If anything GM should move truck
production solely to GMC and leave Chevrolet to produce only cars (like tonkatracker stated) GMC was intended to be the truck development
division of GM, so you could say the Chevrolet trucks are copies of the GMCs. GMC is too important to let go, they sell more trucks than Chevrolet.

Sunbar UK

2008-12-21 19:27

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GM's strategy of competition between it's own divisions is long dead. However, branding or badge-engineering based on common models costs little, and the costs of the duplication of sales over different dealerships is also minimal.

From an outsider's point of view, the posts I'm seeing here shows there are strong reasons for some duplication of models as different brands are still preferred by various customers. That's not not to say there cannot be a lot of rationalization. However a GM family based on Cadillac, Pontiac, Chevrolet and GMC looks possible with some sharing and some overlap. Chevrolet can still have some sports models just as Pontiac could have 'lower-end' cars. I think none of GM's problems will be solved by a rigid re-branding exercise. It still leaves manufacturing costs and flexibility, quality and the right products for the future as being their main objectives.

marioman3138 AU

2008-12-22 08:01

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If Saab's cheap-we could buy it as a imcdb comunity :lol:

rjluna2 US

2011-03-05 03:08

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jettalover wrote It's coming to the U.S. soon as the G3.

Pontiac G3 sold in our market only lasted one model year before this marquee defuncted :(

Showing up in IMCDb would be extremely rare as 1960 Edsel :p

-- Last edit: 2011-03-05 03:09:31

Baube QC

2017-02-07 01:31

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1st year 2005 ( for the Wave )

-- Last edit: 2017-02-07 01:31:38

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