The Pontiac Grand Am is a mid-size car and later a compact car that was produced by the Pontiac division of General Motors. The Grand Am had two separate 3-year runs in the '70s: from 1973 to 1975 and again from 1978 to 1980. It was based on the GM A platform. Production of the Grand Am was canceled in 1980 when it was replaced by the Pontiac 6000. The Grand Am was reintroduced in 1985 when it replaced the Pontiac Phoenix. It was Pontiac's best selling car and later replaced by the Pontiac G6, so named as it was intended to be the 6th generation of the Grand Am. Grand Ams were built between 1973 and 1985 in Pontiac, Michigan at Pontiac's main assembly plant and in Atlanta, Georgia at GMAD Lakewood. All Grand Ams between 1985 and 2005 were built in Lansing, Michigan at the Lansing Car Assembly.
3.3 (201 cui) v6
Performance 120 kW (163 PS) . Torque 251 Nm (185 ft/lb) . Fuel gasoline. 4-speed Automatic transmission. Engine 3 300 ccm (201 cui), 6-cylinder, Furcate, 12-valves.
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2.3 (140 cui)
Performance 108 kW (147 PS) . Fuel gasoline + LPG. 5-speed Manual transmission. Engine 2 300 ccm (140 cui), 4-cylinder, 16-valves.
3.8 (231 cui) v6
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Performance 123 kW (167 PS) at 5200 rpm. Fuel gasoline. 4-speed Automatic transmission. Engine 3 791 ccm (231 cui), 6-cylinder, Furcate, 3000D.
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2.3 (138 cui)
Performance 119 kW (162 PS) at 6200 rpm. Fuel gasoline. 4-speed Automatic transmission. Engine 2 260 ccm (138 cui), 4-cylinder, In-Line, GMC Detroit.
Pontiac Grand Am 2,3 SE