15th Dec 2004, 08:08
Have I mentioned that I think this is a really bad review?
If not, I'm mentioning it now.
17th Feb 2005, 18:55
I have a 1996 Pontiac Grand Am s.e.that has been an awesome car. We bought the car eight years ago with ten thousand miles. Now it has one hundred and ninety four thousand miles on it. I have never had a problem with the car except the usual wear and tear parts. That car was the beginner car for two teen-agers and the daily driver of my parents. And the car has never used any oil.
21st Apr 2005, 20:29
I own a 1996 Grand Can GT and have to agree with the review. What a pile of junk. I am a GM fan, but not a Pontiac fan. There is a reason the resale value drops as fast as they do for Ponticraps. I was forced into buying the car from my Mother in Law as a "favor" and have regretted it since. I have had all the same problems as above mentioned plus all four window motors and two drivers door window motors. The best is when you park it running fine, get in it to go to work in the morning and it just turns over, but won't start. Yeah, real reliable transportation. If they weren't giving them away there wouldn't be any on the road.
1st Jun 2005, 15:06
I own a 99 Grand Am. What a great car it has been! It has 149,000 miles on it and has only had a few minor parts replaced. I have changed the oil every 3,000 miles, and the car does not use a drop of oil. What I like the most about it is it gets great gas mileage. I would definitely buy another one!!
22nd Jan 2006, 19:56
I Just got a 1996 Grand Am it runs fine except sometimes it just dies in the middle of traffic. I don't know why.
6th Nov 2007, 15:01
Yeah I have a 1996 pontiac grand am and I've replaced many parts.. o and did I mention that I have a LOUD knocking in my engine and the whole thing has to be replaced...?At 110,000 miles, a car shouldn't just quit already. I'm thoroughly disappointed in it and I've put all my money into absolutely nothing.
4th Jan 2008, 11:40
I have a 99 grand am with the quad 4 123,000 and counting not a problem with motor to date. Wheel bearings died a hard death at 90,000 though. break pad wear is insane. Thank god for lifetime breaks, thanks auto zone. Can't keep a working tail light bulb in the thing, converted over to l.e.d. bulbs, $40 bucks later and haven't had to replace them for a year. Drivers seat is a joke, Replacements from junk yard not much better. What is up with the head lights on these things. I have flash lights that are brighter. Can't com-plane to much though. Starts and runs the 100 mile commute everyday at 30 m.p.g!