1991 Pontiac Grand Prix Overview

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1991 Pontiac Grand Prix Overview

Although ranked as a midsize, it looks like a big old American car, but it's sloping hood and rear deck lines and the stylish coupe trims add a touch of sportiness to what is a roomy, practical, and affordable family car. In the words of one fan, the Grand Prix is "better and faster than any Mustang!"

For the 1991 Grand Prix, there's a new SE sedan to go along with the LE and sportier STE. The Turbo coupe is history in place of a GTP coupe, which features a brand new engine - a 3.4-liter, DOHC V6 that hits 210 hp when paired with a 5-speed manual transmission and 200 hp with a new 4-speed automatic. The STE, which shares a lot of performance features with the GTP, has a 3.1-liter, 140-hp V6. The new 3.4 V6 is an option on all trims but the LE sedan. Otherwise, the standard engine is the 2.3-liter, 160-hp Quad 4 with the automatic transmission. The LE coupe is also gone in 1991. Other minor changes include a new grille and four headlights on all coupes.

As always, the 1991 Grand Prix suffers from brake problems along with a growing list of other repairs that are usually expensive, say owners. Some drivers mention that the door handles seem to break off easily and the fuel light never goes off. Limited legroom in the backseat, particularly in the coupe, is also mentioned. Grand Am fans like its sporty handling, V6 speed and power, and its stylish looks. The interior is roomy, well laid out, and full of a lot of standard features.


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Key Removal

Hiw do u remove a stuck key in a 91 grad prix se there nothing about the 91 but alot about older models straw trick in not possible with this model

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Any ideas i have a 91 grand prix v6 3.1 it will start up when cold and it will shut down after 10 mins and will not start back up again till engine is cold what would cause this

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I Have A 1991 Grand Prix Gtp That I Need A Complete Rear Bumper Assembly Fo...

My year of car has the fluted ground effects kit wrapped around the entire car. Any idea where I can find one?? I believe the only years this was available was 1990-1992. All others of the same body s...

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How Do I Get The Door Panel Off A 1991 Pontiac Grand Prix

i need to get the door panel off my 1991 pontiac grand prix so i can put the new window motor in. help please

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Willy Bad Temperature Sensor Causing 1991 Pontiac Grand Prix To Stall When ...

I replaced the fuel filter thermostat the ignition control module and the crank sensor so far

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