New audio equipment, including a window-rattling Monsoon premium system, is the biggest change for the midsize Grand Am, which returns in two-door coupe and four-door sedan body styles.The standard sound system for the base SE model is a stereo radio with a cassette player. A CD player replaces ... Read Full Report
It's tough being the little brother of the family. The comparisons are endless, the lack of attention is obvious, and, inevitably, the shadow of Big Brother follows wherever you go. Such is the life of the Pontiac Grand Am GT, a midsize, sportish car just aching to shed its image of a Grand Prix without all the gusto. It looks good, feels good and drives well. But a few spins might tempt... Read full review for the 2001 Pontiac Grand Am
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I bought this car back in April 2001. It had over 12000 miles, so it was basically broken in. I changed the oil to Mobil 1, fully synthetic. There have been minor issues with the car. Changed the head... Read Full Review
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