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The Pontiac Parisienne was a full-size automobile produced by the Pontiac division of General Motors from 1958 to 1986. It was originally introduced as a sub-series within the Pontiac Laurentian model in 1958 but became its own distinct model starting from 1959. The Parisienne was primarily sold in Canada, and its nameplate was used exclusively for the Canadian market.
Throughout its production run, the Pontiac Parisienne was based on various General Motors platforms, including the B-body, C-body, and H-body platforms. It went through several generations and redesigns, adapting to changes in the automotive industry and consumer preferences over the years.
The Parisienne was known for its luxurious features and comfortable ride, making it a popular choice among Canadian consumers seeking a well-appointed and spacious full-size car. It was offered in various body styles, including sedans, coupes, and wagons, providing a wide range of options for buyers.
The Pontiac Parisienne was eventually discontinued in 1986, as General Motors restructured its lineup and shifted its focus on other models. Today, the Pontiac Parisienne remains a nostalgic symbol of Canadian automotive history and a collectible classic car for enthusiasts.