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Is a Pontiac Grand Prix good on gas?

Is a Pontiac Grand Prix good on gas?

Pontiac has manufactured models of Grand Prix for 25 years. They average 19.4 combined miles per gallon, with the latest 2008 Grand Prix above average at 21 combined MPG….Fuel Efficiency.

Vehicle Model 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix
Combined MPG 21
Highway MPG 28
City MPG 18

Is a 2004 Grand Prix a good car?

Despite this redesign for 2004, the Grand Prix remained a mediocre car. Its large exterior dimensions mask a cramped interior. Coupe-like styling limits visibility and access, particularly to the rear. Ride quality is stiff and uncomfortable, the car isn’t very agile, and the noisy engine and brakes are unimpressive.

Is the Grand Prix GTP supercharged?

Pontiac Sedans Tested! Seven years ago we wrote about the then-new Pontiac Grand Prix GTP. Option the Grand Prix’s supercharger to bump output of the GT’s base 3800 V-6 by 60 horsepower to 260, and the base price flashes from $22,395 to $26,495.

Is a 2004 Pontiac Grand Am a good car?

Very reliable car and in good condition Comfort 5.0. Interior design 5.0. Performance 5.0. Value for the money 5.0.

Is the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix a good car?

Are Grand Prix GT supercharged?

The GT sedan is equipped with a supercharged version that develops 260 hp. In the GXP sedan, a 5.3-liter V-8 generates 303 hp at 5,600 rpm and 323 pounds-feet of torque at 4,400 rpm. The Grand Prix, especially with supercharged power, performs energetically.

How long does a Pontiac engine last?

Most cars of today, and that includes the Pontiac, will run 300,000 miles if you maintain it. The engine will still hold up even after that, but it will be one repair after another.

What’s the price of a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix?

The GTP as tested had a base price of nearly $26,000, and just with the addition of features such as leather, sound system upgrade, and a power sunroof, we were rolling into the $30,000 price range. That said, the GTP did exhibit a nice bit of European stiffness and stability.

What kind of horsepower does a Pontiac Grand Prix have?

The base SE versions are no longer part of the lineup, which leaves two versions of the GT and a GTP, plus a GTP with a Competition Group (Comp G) handling package. A 3.8-liter V-6 produces 200 horsepower in the GTs, while the GTP gets a supercharged V-6 that generates 260 hp.

When was the first Pontiac Grand Prix made?

Of course, before the GTO there was the 1932 V-8 powered “convertible coupe” (wonder if there are any of those left?), then the 1958 Bonneville introduction, and the 1962 Grand Prix, wonderful cars all.

Are there air bags in the Pontiac Grand Prix?

Air bags are standard with side impact, head-curtain air bags optional. The reworked Grand Prix GTP seems to be an effort, until a complete redesign comes in a few years, to keep Pontiac in the race for mid-level, performance sedan sales. In that regard, it is a fine, if aging, competitor.