There's a simple reason the Grand Am is Pontiac's best-selling vehicle: You get a lot of car for not a lot of money. Our test car, a 1997 Grand Am SE sedan, had a 150-horsepower twin-cam engine that beats a lot of the competition, plus a base price of $14,734. Add goodies like a rear spoiler, alloy wheels and a (yuk) smoker's package and you'll still be well below $20,000.... Read full review for the 1997 Pontiac Grand Am
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overheats all the time expensive to fix, one guy said it was the water pump another said the engine. sears told me the head gasket, and the last person said drive it till it finally dies dont spend mo... Read Full Review
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