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2006 Pontiac Grand Am Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 1 review
Since the last Grand Am rolled off the assembly line in Lansing, Mich., in late 2004, any cars sold for the 2006 model year would essentially have been carry-overs from the previous year. And as in 2005, the Grand AM SE Sedan was sold strictly as a fleet car, leaving only two coupe trims, the GT and GT1, available to the general public.
For drivers, that meant 2006 Grand Ams could be had at good close-out prices and represented a good value. Drivers who bought the last of the Grand Ams had a lot of positive things to say about the car, which was GM's best-selling car prior to its termination. (It was replaced in the lineup with the G6.) Drivers gave good marks, for instance, to the Grand Am's 3.4-liter V6 powerplant, its sporty styling, its nimble handling, and its good fuel economy.
Drivers also gave good marks to such features as the sport-tuned suspension, which came standard, and the extensive list of features, which included dual front airbags, a power-adjustable driver's seat, remote entry, and daytime running lights. The SC/T Package added a power sunroof, a rear aero-wing spoiler, leather seats, and chrome wheels and exhaust tips.
In addition, drivers noted that while interior storage space was limited and rear legroom could be cramped for tall adults, the Grand Am's trunk offered plenty of cargo space, which could be expanded by folding down the rear seats. On the downside, the trunk lid was small, so fitting larger objects could be tricky.
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