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1991 Pontiac 6000 Overview
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For such a popular car with a loyal fan base, the Pontiac 6000 would live only one more year. In 1992 it would be replaced by the Grand Prix. As a result, there were no changes to the 1991 Pontiac 6000.
A 4-door sedan or wagon, the 1991 6000 was offered as either the base LE or SE. The SE included a rear spoiler, roof rails, and more supportive seats. A sportier package added ground effects and ABS brakes. Both trims came with a 2.3-liter, 140-hp V6 engine with a 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission. No manual was offered. The 1991 6000 sedan fit five comfortably with an equally roomy trunk. The wagon supposedly sat eight adults.
Over the years, the Pontiac 6000 gets high marks for dependability and reliability from owners. The 1991 6000 is no exception. Drivers note that it is much speedier than its bland appearance implies, with an extremely durable engine. Acceleration is quick and impressive, and both sedan and wagon fit a lot of cargo and passengers. Parts are cheap and easy to find. Other owners wish for more horsepower and more style. A front bench seat that doesn't seem to recline means little back support for long drives.
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Pontiac 6000 Questions
How Do You Know When You Need A New Engine Control Module?
The car runs good most of the time but will randomly refuse to idle, run really rough and blow black smoke.
I'm Looking For A Pontiac 6000 Se Or Ste Model In The Years Of 89-91
i'm looking to purchase to this vehicle asap. this is a vehicle that i've always wanted and is a hard to find vehicle.
1991 Pontiac 6000 Stalls Out.
Car stalled out. ill crank fine, but engine goes dead when put in gear. Sounds like maybe it does not get fuel when engine rev's up. Is the fuel injection in the gas tank? How many injectors does it h...
My Pontiac had been running fine (only 85,000 miles) then the other day it just quit while I was driving. It will crank over but won't start. Any ideas on what I should check? Thought about fuel ...
it cover insed broke and now is jamed