1988 Pontiac Grand Am LE 4 cylinder from North America
Looking to buy one in the year 2011, Best car ever
Transmission went out at 399,999 miles. Well the mileage was stuck at that for 4 years; don't know actual miles.
Most reliable car I have ever owned, this was my first car in high school, car was put thru a test by a teenage driver. I took it to the hills, four wheeling, mud bogging, took thru a flooded creek, ramped, drove it normally, plowed its way thru snow closed roads, and still no problems with it until it was parked for a long time; then it started to die.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 20th February, 2011
Better look elsewhere. I'm sure you know Pontiac is dead. But I suppose you're referring to used models. I've always hated the look of the Grand Am. All that body cladding looked awful and ruined it. The G6 looked so much better. It's too bad Oprah tainted this car as a woman's car when she gave a fleet away to a screaming audience.
The 1973-1975, 1978-1980, and the 1985-1988 Pontiac Grand Am's looked really good. It was 1989-2005 Grand Am's that look bad.