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Pontiac Grand Prix

Summarization of Pontiac Grand Prix:

Pontiac Grand Prix have different modifications of doors quantity. 2 doors in modification GT 2dr Coupe (1999), and 4 doors in modification GT 4dr Sedan (1999)
Minimum width of this car is 70.9 mm. in STE 4dr Sedan (1990), and maximum is 72.7 in GT 4dr Sedan (1999)
Option SE 2dr Coupe (1994) have min height 52.8. Option GTP 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl S/C 4A) (2004) have max height 55.9mm.
Length min of Pontiac Grand Prix:193.9 in Turbo 2dr Coupe (1990). Max length: 198.3.
Years production:1990 - 2008
Price deppend on modification from 20455$ (SE 4dr Sedan (3.1L 6cyl 4A) (2001)) to 29335$ (GXP 4dr Sedan (5.3L 8cyl 4A) (2005))
Minimum cylinders in Pontiac Grand Prix: 4 and maximum: 8 equipped by GXP 4dr Sedan (5.3L 8cyl 4A) (2008)
clearance of this car is 0 mm.

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Pontiac Grand Prix information:

Pontiac Grand Prix

Introduction

In later times, the Pontiac Grand Prix offered customers a sensibly estimated family car or car, with a lot of execution on tap because of the accessibility of perky V6 motors or even a capable V8. Styling kept on being a draw, with a clearing top line and the mark twin-grille nose. Tragically, an alternate sign of the Grand Prix was an excessively plastic inner part, with different switches and handles commonly rendered in light black plastic that looked more Fisher-Price than General Motors. Pontiac enhanced the inner part at the end of the Grand Prix's run, yet it still couldn't measure up to the top notch insides of its import-brand rivals.

Pontiac redid its medium size front-wheel-drive Grand Prix car for 2004. The Grand Prix entered 2008 model year with few evolutions. Three new outer surface shades are currently offered, and the midlevel GT trim has been dropped, leaving just two trims: the base Grand Prix and elite GXP. The Grand Prix contends in the same portion as the Dodge Charger and Ford Taurus.

General Motors' Onstar correspondence framework is standard, as is a tire weight checking framework. A Touch Activated Power movement framework lets the driver of a GXP car use paddles on the controlling wheel to change the programmed transmission's riggings.

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Models and Features

The last-era Pontiac Grand Prix appeared in 2000 ended after 2008. It profited from a refined motor lineup, adjusted ride and taking care of attributes and a more driver-accommodating cockpit with huge gages and, generally, straightforward controls. The car was dropped, leaving the car as the solitary body style.

There were two trim levels for the Grand Prix's last year of generation in 2008 - base and GXP. The base model accompanied a 200-torque V6 and in addition 16-inch wheels, Onstar, a CD player, voyage control, ventilating, keyless entrance, and force windows and mirrors. The GXP incorporated a 303-hp V8, stronger suspension tuning, execution tires, a head-up showcase, special trim and 18-inch combinations. Leather seating and programmed double zone atmosphere control were noncompulsory. Execution, even in the base model, was fulfilling, and got a considerable amount stronger from that point. Despite the fact that the V8-controlled GXP gave an exciting surge of force, torque cow was an issue with this front-drive case. Unfortunately, the inexhaustible force mixture wasn't sufficient to keep the Grand Prix completely focused. Contrasted with the top game situated cars, the Pontiac felt grungy as far as taking care of elements and lodge fitments.

Options and Packages

They reach out into a twin-port grille and a two-tone lower belt. Huge corner-mounted tail lamps flank the back spoiler. The Grand Prix characteristics the last era of GM manufacture quality and materials, which not just puts it a couple of steps behind the opposition, yet behind GM's more current vehicles also. The stereo board is especially out of date, while the encompassing pebbled plastics look and feel modest.

Based on a 2.8 meters wheelbase, the Grand Prix reaches out to 5.04 meters in length by and large. Haze lights are standard on GXP models. Standard tires measure 16 inches in measurement, yet the GXP gets 18-inch tires. Every Grand Prix is opening sufficient for five grown-ups. Considerable simple gages have a 3-D look, and the entryways show glossy silk nickel stresses. The GXP's standard head-up presentation permits the driver to smother all instrument board lighting for upgraded visibility amid night-time driving.

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Under the Hood

A 3.6 liter V6 engine with 200 horsepower is present in the base model. A year back supercharged V-6 engine was no more promoted. In the GXP vehicle, a 5.3-liter V-8 makes 303 hp at 5,600 rpm and 323 pounds-feet of torque at 4,400 rpm. The 2008 Pontiac Grand Prix is a four-entrance auto open in two trim levels: GXP and Base. The primary model goes hand in hand with 16-inch amalgam wheels, full power ornament, keyless entry, voyage control, Onstar and a CD player. The GXP attributes a diversion tuned suspension, 18-inch amalgam wheels with execution tires, an upgraded stereo structure, warmed front seats, cowhide upholstery, twofold zone customized climate control and a head-up showcase. An incomprehensible section of these qualities are choices on the first model, while both trim levels are available with a Sun and Sound package that incorporates a sunroof and a nine-speaker Monsoon stereo with in-dash six-loop CD player. Other individual decisions join a course system and satellite radio.

Fuel Economy

There are currently just two motors accessible on the Grand Prix. The car features a 3.8-liter V6 that creates 200 strength and 230 pound-feet of torque. Reexamined EPA evaluations for 2008 show it gets 18 mpg city and 28 on expressway. The Grand Prix GXP speaks to a tremendous redesign, with a 5.3-liter V8 that pumps out 303 hp and 323 lb-ft of torque. Both models are front-drive and accompany a four-velocity programmed, with the GXP offering a manual-swing mode. Pontiac claim the GXP will run from zero to 60 mph in 5.9 seconds, however after testing it was measured 6.7 seconds. The 5.3-liter V-8 uses GM's Active Fuel Management framework that close downs four barrels amid light-stack circumstances and is guaranteed to diminish gas utilization by up to 12 percent in specific conditions. All motors drive a four-pace programmed transmission, with the GXP getting a substantial obligation unit.

Safety Ratings and Technology

Non-solidifying halting gadgets are standard on GXP models and optional on the base vehicle. Side drapery airbags are noncompulsory. The GXP has an electronic quality structure. Robotized ceasing gadgets and balance control are noncompulsory on the base model and come standard on the GXP. A tire-weight screen is standard on both trims. The GXP similarly has a quality control skeleton. Full-length side wrap airbags are noncompulsory on both models. In NHTSA accident testing, the 2008 Pontiac Grand Prix earned five stars (out of five) for its security of the driver in head-on impacts. The front traveler position earned a four-star rating. In NHTSA's side-effect tests, the Grand Prix scored three out of five stars (for front and back tenants), yet the auto tried did not have the side drape airbags.

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Pontiac Grand Prix modifications:

All Pontiac Grand Prix years
modification price cylinder wheels doors width x length x height clearance

GT 4dr Sedan (1995 - 2000)

0$ 6 front wheel drive 4 72.7 x 196.5 x 54.7

SE 4dr Sedan (1991 - 2000)

0$ 6 front wheel drive 4 72.7 x 196.5 x 54.7

GT 2dr Coupe (1991 - 2000)

0$ 6 front wheel drive 2 72.7 x 196.5 x 54.7

GTP 2dr Coupe (1995 - 2000)

0$ 6 front wheel drive 2 72.7 x 196.5 x 54.7

GTP 4dr Sedan (1997 - 2000)

0$ 6 front wheel drive 4 72.7 x 196.5 x 54.7

4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A) (2005 - 2008)

22,210$ 6 front wheel drive 4 71.6 x 198.3 x 55.9

GT 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl S/C 4A) (2006 - 2007)

24,735$ 6 front wheel drive 4 71.6 x 198.3 x 55.9

GXP 4dr Sedan (5.3L 8cyl 4A) (2005 - 2008)

29,325$ 8 front wheel drive 4 71.6 x 198.3 x 55.9

SE 2dr Coupe (1990 - 1996)

0$ 6 front wheel drive 2 71.9 x 194.8 x 52.9

LE 4dr Sedan (1990 - 1993)

0$ 6 front wheel drive 4 71.9 x 194.9 x 54.8

STE 4dr Sedan (1990 - 1993)

0$ 6 front wheel drive 4 71.9 x 194.9 x 54.8

LE 2dr Coupe (1990)

0$ 4 front wheel drive 2 70.9 x 193.9 x 52.8

Turbo 2dr Coupe (1990)

0$ 6 front wheel drive 2 70.9 x 193.9 x 52.8

STE Turbo 4dr Sedan (1990)

0$ 6 front wheel drive 4 70.9 x 194.8 x 54.3

GT 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A) (2001 - 2005)

24,960$ 6 front wheel drive 4 71.6 x 198.3 x 55.9

GTP 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl S/C 4A) (2001 - 2005)

26,730$ 6 front wheel drive 4 71.6 x 198.3 x 55.9

GT 2dr Coupe (3.8L 6cyl 4A) (2001 - 2002)

23,200$ 6 front wheel drive 2 72.6 x 197.5 x 54.7

GTP 2dr Coupe (3.8L 6cyl S/C 4A) (2001 - 2002)

25,890$ 6 front wheel drive 2 72.6 x 197.5 x 54.7

SE 4dr Sedan (3.1L 6cyl 4A) (2001 - 2003)

21,760$ 6 front wheel drive 4 72.7 x 197.5 x 54.7

GT2 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A) (2004)

24,315$ 6 front wheel drive 4 71.6 x 198.3 x 55.9

GT1 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A) (2004)

22,415$ 6 front wheel drive 4 71.6 x 198.3 x 55.9