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The Grand Prix was a line of automobiles produced by the Pontiac Division of General Motors from 1962 through 2002 for coupes and 1988-2008 for sedans. First introduced as part of Pontiac's full-size car model offering for the 1962 model year, the marque varied repeatedly in size, luxury, and performance during its lifespan. Among the changes were positioning in the personal luxury car market ...
One of Pontiac's original performance-oriented cruisers, the Grand Prix first set sail on American roadways in the early '70s and lasted over thirty years.
The front-wheel-drive 2008 Pontiac Grand Prix sedan is available in two different models, both with their own powertrain. The base Grand Prix has a 200-horsepower, 3.8L V6 underhood, while the GXP model packs a 303-horsepower, 5.3L V8.
The Pontiac Grand Am is a mid-size car and later a compact car that was produced by Pontiac.The history of Grand Am starts with Pontiac executives noting incursion into the US market by Mercedes and BMW. Noteably, the American sports car was usually without luxury features and the luxury car without sport features.
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Riding on a 112 inch wheelbase "Radial-Tuned Suspension" chassis was the Style Number 2AH37 Grand Am 2 door coupe. PMD officially called it a two door Notch Back Hardtop.
The Pontiac GTO was an automobile built by Pontiac from 1964 to 1974, and by General Motors Holden in Australia from 2003 to 2006. It is often considered the first true muscle car. From 1964 until 1973.5, it was closely related to the Pontiac Tempest, but for its final year it was based on the Pontiac Ventura.
Motor Trend reviews the 2006 Pontiac GTO where consumers can find detailed information on specs, fuel economy, transmission and safety. Find local 2006 Pontiac GTO prices online.
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The history of the Pontiac 301 engine and the short-lived Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Turbo.