1994 Pontiac Grand Prix Overview

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1994 Pontiac Grand Prix Overview

Simplicity is often the most successful route, and in 1994 the Pontiac Grand Prix seemed to agree. It pared down its trim offerings to a single SE sedan and SE coupe. Gone are the LE, STE, and GT models. Both the sedan and coupe come standard with a brand new 3.1-liter V6 that now gets 160-hp. There is no more 5-speed manual transmission. Instead, the 4-speed automatic is standard. Two package options add the 3.4 DOHC V6 engine that gets a boost to 210-hp (previously 200 with the auto tran). The GT package adds this onto the SE sedan, while the GTP adds it onto the SE coupe.
Appearance-wise, the 1994 Grand Am gets a new front end with six round headlights and ground effects, plus less ribbed lower cladding. Inside, you'll see a redesigned dash layout and new dual front airbags. The seatbelts have been changed on the sedans, mounted now on the door frame instead of the door. Standard across the line is air conditioning, and power locks and windows. More standard features come with the coupe, including cruise control and steering wheel mounted controls. ABS brakes are optional on both the coupe and sedan.
A roomy family car or personal tourer, the 1994 Grand Am gets high marks for its engine performance, sporty handling, and quick pickup. Though some feel it looks outdated and granny-ish, others like the sloping wide-track style. Owners say the ride is quiet and smooth, and good gas mileage makes it an economical choice. What makes it not economical are costly repairs, which are numerous and frequent, according to disappointed owners. Problems with the brakes, alternator, and power window motors are the major culprits.

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