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1993 Pontiac Grand Prix Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 9 reviews
A wide track body helps ensure that the 1993 Pontiac Grand Prix can maintain its mid-size rating while still fitting four people comfortably in either the four-door sedan or two-door coupe. With powerful V6 engines under the hoods of its various trim levels, the 1993 Grand Prix also promises a bit of fun and power on the road.
Three sedans and two coupes make up the Grand Prix line. The SE coupe and all sedans, including the performance STE, feature a 3.1-liter, 140-hp V6. Both the LE and SE sedan come standard with a 3-speed automatic, but new in 1993 is an optional 4-speed automatic on these models. The GT coupe rockets along with a 3.4-liter, twin cam, 350-hp V6. Both SE and GT coupes have a standard 5-speed manual or optional 4-speed automatic. The STE, already equipped with a sports suspension, can be tricked out with the higher horsepower V6. Another addition in the 1993 Grand Prix is standard power locks across the line. Power windows and ABS brakes are only standard on the STE and GT coupe.
The base model LE sedan is not neglected, however. It comes standard with air conditioning, fog lights, and tinted glass. A new Sport Appearance Package gives it the heads-up display, center console, bucket seats, ground effects, and aerodynamic body panels.
Both V6 engines are fast and sporty, say 1993 Grand Prix owners, and deliver a surprisingly fun ride for a family-sized car. Handling is smooth and pickup is immediate and quick. Owners also like the looks of the Grand Prix and the bigger interior room compared to similarly priced cars. However, the Grand Prix seems to need a lot of repairs early on, its brakes are insufficient, the power windows fail, and the interior door handles have a tendency to fall off. Others complain that the cabin and dash materials look cheap and plastic.
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