For 1996, Pontiac offers a mea culpa, though most folks simply call it the Grand Am. Grand Am has been Pontiac's best-selling model, thanks to sporty looks and a respectable price tag. But Grand Am had some warts--a seat-belt system attached to the door ratherthan the pillar that made it awkward and an air bag only in the driver's steering-wheel hub and none in the dash to... Read full review for the 1996 Pontiac Grand Am
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i loved my grand am it was a great first car. i would only recommand this car for new drivers. i drove mine for 2 years with no real problems. i would have kept it longer but i wanted more of a car. i... Read Full Review
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