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Info & specs

Pontiac Grand-Am

Pontiac Grand-Am side view
Pontiac Grand-Am angular front perspective
Pontiac Grand-Am angular rear perspective

Overview of the Pontiac Grand-Am

Learn about the Pontiac Grand-Am

Summary

First introduced in 1973, the Pontiac Grand Am is loved for its sporty nature and hints of European style that were a novelty when it arrived on the American market. Production fluctuated through the 1970s partly due to the oil embargo, but the Grand Am made a comeback in the mid-1980s to become Pontiac's best-selling car that would stick around until the G6 would eventually replace it in 2005. The latest generation arrives in a two-door compact coupe and four-door sedan.

Pros and cons of the Pontiac Grand-Am

  • Choice of coupe or sedan models
  • Good performance from V6 engines
  • Good fuel economy
  • Below average reliability
  • Sub-standard interior plastics
  • Poor crash test performance
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.

Specifications of the Pontiac Grand-Am

Key specifications available across all trim levels
  • Seats5
  • Doors4
  • Fuel typeGas
  • TransmissionAutomatic or Manual
  • City consumption6 - 12.1 L/100km
  • Highway consumption6.7 - 11 L/100km
  • Width1788 - 1795 mm
  • Length4731 - 4732 mm
  • Trunk space396 - 413 L
  • Cargo space396 - 413 L
Exact values depend on trim and engine choice.

Trims available with the Pontiac Grand-Am

What is a trim? Trims are different options of the same car with different features and equipment. The specs depend on the trim you choose.This variant of the Pontiac Grand-Am 1999 - 2005 is available in 4 trims:

SE1 trim features and specs

Frequently asked questions about the Pontiac Grand-Am