Because production of Pontiac automobiles ceased in 2010, no Pontiac dealerships exist. However, General Motors dealerships continue to service Pontiac models in their repair centers.
The services a General Motors or any sort of car dealership offer include selling and leasing new vehicles and often pre-certified and other used vehicles. Dealerships arrange financing for buyers, offer and honor service contracts, perform maintenance (particularly the type sold by the dealership) and sell parts. A dealership is frequently able to arrange a loan at a lower interest rate than banks.
When a car needs regular or unexpected repairs or servicing, the dealership handling that particular make of automobile has certified technicians to work on the car with the parts made for it. Additionally, when certain cars are recalled, the local dealership handles the matter.