of the 1995 Pontiac Grand Am. Base trim shown.
Where Have All the Grands Gone?
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The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view
Over the decades, Pontiac has built an identity within GM as a division that builds vehicles that are youthful and exciting. The excitement usually comes down to one visual cue: ... Read more
I'm always up for surprises - if they're pleasant surprises. Such was the case with this week's subject, the Pontiac Grand Am, 2002 edition. It was better to spend a ... Read more
This car was fun and sporty, but had issues with leaking head gasket?s. I hear this is common in a lot of these cars. It ended up needing so much work that it was smarter to sell it and get a new ... Read full review
Down & Out at less the 70K
My dad had this car for about 7 years with under 70K when he got rid of it. Reason being for that is because it would constantly leak oil. Sounds like a simple fix I guess but after a while, we got ... Read full review
The 1995 Pontiac Grand Am currently has 0 recalls