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Pontiac Grand-Prix:Review the specs, features and pros & cons

Overview of the Pontiac Grand-Prix

Learn about the Pontiac Grand-Prix

Pontiac Grand-Prix Summary

Drivers looking for an affordable coupe (two-door) or sedan (four-door) style car with a sophisticated look can find what they want in the Pontiac Grand Prix. Though production for these vehicles ceased in 2008, many are still on the road today thanks to the variety of powertrains available that keep the car running longer. The engine’s high-performance standard also contributes, although it can lead to higher levels of fuel consumption. Although the interior is not fitted with top-of-the-line materials, all trims include features that make for a comfortable ride, like wide seats and abundant cargo space in the trunk.

Pros and cons of the Pontiac Grand-Prix

  • Available as coupe or sedan
  • Variety of powertrains available
  • Powerful engine performance
  • Ceased production in 2008
  • Low-quality interior materials
  • High fuel consumption
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.

Specifications of the Pontiac Grand-Prix

Key specifications available across all trim levels
  • Seats5
  • Doors4
  • Fuel typeGas
  • TransmissionAutomatic
  • City consumption12 - 13.5 L/100km
  • Highway consumption7.4 - 8 L/100km
  • Width1846 mm
  • Length4991 mm
  • Trunk space453 L
  • Cargo space453 L
Exact values depend on trim and engine choice.

Trims available with the Pontiac Grand-Prix

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-Prix 1997 - 2000 is available in 2 trims:

SE trim features and specs

Frequently asked questions about the Pontiac Grand-Prix

Dimensions of the Pontiac Grand-Prix

Vehicle dimensions
YearHeight fromWidth fromLength from
Exact values depend on trim choices.
20001390 mm1846 mm4991 mm
19991390 mm1846 mm4991 mm
19981390 mm1846 mm4991 mm
19971390 mm1846 mm4991 mm

Towing capacity of the Pontiac Grand-Prix

Unbraked is when the trailer being towed does not have its own braking system. Braked is when the trailer being towed has its own braking system.
Braked and unbraked towing capacities
Exact values depend on trim choices.
1997454 kg