1993 Pontiac Grand Am Overview

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2 Dr GT Coupe
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2 Dr SE Coupe
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4 Dr GT Sedan
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Average User Score

3.55 stars

Based on 20 reviews

93 Grand Am by Jen
 — i wish i had not hit that tree it would still look perfect.It has great acceleration , once i repair the brake line (its getting old) it'll brake perfect, it slips a little right now. it handles grea... Read More
1993 Pontiac Grand Am by William
 — Has a four cylinder motor so not alot of power there and is kinda rusted on the underbody but your in new enland what you gonna do bout it. I picked it up cheap and is a great car looks great and all.... Read More
Nice Ride by Matthew
 — new 3.3L motor. rebuilt transmission. air ride suspension. custom guages and magnaflow exhaust. grandam GT moldings. really dark tint. falken tires and smoke led tail lights. awesome winter car and c... Read More

1993 Pontiac Grand Am Overview

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1993 Pontiac Grand Am

Though classified as a compact car, the 1993 Pontiac Grand Am was really more mid-sized, with a 103-inch wheelbase, and plenty of front and back room for four adults.  It was a basic commuter or family car that performed adequately for everyday use and always got rated highly by owners for its sporty and easy handling.
Few changes were in store for the 1993 Grand Am.  In an effort to reduce engine noise in the Quad 4, Pontiac made some revisions that downgraded horsepower by 5.  This means the SE's 2.3-liter I4 now got 115-hp and the GT's high output DOHC version got 175-hp.  The optional 3.3-liter, 160-hp V6 remained unchanged.  All engines were coupled with a 5-speed manual or optional 3-speed automatic.  Standard features were minimal on both the SE and GT, but included ABS brakes, power locks, and fog lights, while the GT coupe added on a tachometer and lighted entry. Some popular options were leather trim, split-fold rear bench seat,cruise control, and a power driver's seat.  A rear spoiler was optional for the coupe.  
1993 Grand Am owners seem to agree that both the sedan and coupe have comfortable seats and adequate roominess.  The high output Quad 4, though causing a lot of repair problems, gives nice power and pickup, and the road handling is top-notch.  Gas mileage is also a bonus.  Many owners are disappointed with the reliability and build quality of the Grand Am's engine, and others report early brake wear.

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