Used Pontiac Grand Prix

Pontiac Grand Prix 150

The Pontiac Grand Prix was first manufactured in 1962 General Motor’s Pontiac division. Along with other full-sized car models, Pontiac also used the Grand Prix brand as a brand of cars in Pontiac’s personal luxury and mid-size car market, making it next to the Bonneville in Pontiac’s product lineup. The first Grand Prix became a merging of the Pontiac Catalina, with its coupe and hardtop model and the Pontiac Bonneville’s trimming. As in other Pontiac vehicles, the Grand Prix received a downsizing treatment in 1978. By 2008, the Grand Prix was still being manufactured when General Motors announced a recall of all Grand Prix GTP models from 1997 to 2003 because of reported engine fires. The next year, the recall extended to Grand Prix GT models as well. As of April 2009, almost 1.5 million Grand Prix cars have been affected by this recall.

The Grand Prix’s GT trim was discontinued in 2008. GXP and base trims were still available, as well as new colors were added to the available models for 2008. For the 2009 model year, the Grand Prix was discontinued altogether and was replaced by the Pontiac G8.

Est. Price for Used Pontiac Grand Prix: $1,000-$40,000
Est. MPG for Pontiac Grand Prix: 18 City/28 Hwy
Available Trims: Base, SE, GT, GTP
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