|Pricing||$23,060 - $29,335|
|Engines||3.8l V6, 3.8l V6 S, 5.3l V8|
Pontiac's extroverted Grand Prix receives its first V-8 since it converted to a FWD platform. What is more unusual is that the aluminum Vortec 5300 OHV engine is mounted in a transverse layout for this vehicle. The Vortec 5300 also has GM's DOD (Displacement On Demand) cylinder deactivation feature to enhance fuel economy up to 12%. A 4-speed automatic with TAPShift steering wheel mounted controls is the only transmission available. Suspension changes include 18-inch alloy wheels with performance tires, Bilstein® dampers, and stiffer springs that lower ride height. Aluminum interior trim and suede seat inserts distinguish the GXP from lesser Grand Prix models.
290hp V8-powered GXP model added. GXP package also includes 18 in wheels, upgraded brakes and distinct styling. All Grand Prixs feature as OnStar standard. MP3-capable CD radio. Optional DVD-based navigation system. Optional dual-zone A/C. Optional remote starter.
|Grand Prix GT||3.8l V6 (200-bhp)||A4||FWD||$23,060|
|Grand Prix GTP||3.8l V6 S (260-bhp)||A4||FWD||$26,730|
|Grand Prix GTP Comp G||3.8l V6 S (260-bhp)||A4||FWD||$28,125|
|Grand Prix GXP||5.3l V8 (290-bhp)||A4||FWD||$29,335|