A new 140-horsepower, 2.2-liter Ecotec twin-cam four-cylinder engine goes into the SE model of Pontiacs midsize coupe and sedan. The sporty GT model gets new five-spoke, 16-inch aluminum-torqued wheels, and chrome tech wheels are available as an option. A new Grand Am console includes an i... Read Full Report
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: plastic cladding. Those lumpy, bumpy trim bits wrap up Pontiac's intent in one quick styling gimmick. It has helped sustain Pontiac over the past 20 years and started with the Grand Am in the early ... Read full review for the 2002 Pontiac Grand Am
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I got my Grand Am SE Sedan in February of 2002. Since i wanted a standard transmission, which is not popular in Michigan, my dealer found one for me and had it shipped from California. (new) I was imp... Read Full Review
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