What is a 2001 Pontiac Grand Am GT worth?
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|Average Market Value||$2,655|
|Low Market Value||$1,992|
|High Market Value||$3,319|
How much does a 2001 Pontiac Grand Am weigh?
3,066 to 3,168 lbs2001 Pontiac Grand Am / Curb weight
Can you still get parts for Pontiac?
GM will continue to make parts for Pontiac models indefinitely and most Pontiac dealers also sell the Buick and GMC brands and will continue to operate. The automaker still produces replacement parts for the defunct Oldsmobile, which GM shuttered in 2004.
Where can I find information about a 2001 Pontiac Grand Am?
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How much does a Pontiac Grand Am SE1 cost?
It might not be as exciting as some of the cars in GM’s fleet, but for the money, it might make the most sense. With a sticker starting at just over $16,000 in the base SE1 models, the Grand Am serves up a large portion of Pontiac excitement for a good price.
How much does a 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix cost?
Pontiac Grand Prix $16,254 starting MSRP Compare the competitors Latest 2001 Grand Am stories Photo coming soon! Expert Review Our view: 2001 Pontiac Grand Am By Photo coming soon!
Is the Pontiac Grand Am GT a mini-Prix?
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 you into labeling it a mini-Prix: scaled back, a little more economical and not quite the ride we’ve enjoyed from its sibling.