2004 Pontiac Grand Am User Reviews

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Users ranked 2004 Pontiac Grand Am against other cars which they drove/owned. Each ranking was based on 9 categories. Here is the summary of top rankings.

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    2004 Pontiac Grand Am GT Coupe Review
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    Love This Car! — I love this car. Its special cuz my dad bought it for me, plus its my first car and has gotten me through a lot of crap. Its really fun to drive, and with maintenance the car has had zero problems. All the extra costs have been to to extenuating factors, not the car itself. It does great in snow provided the BACK tires are not initially involved.....such as backing into a snow drift.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Handling & styling

    Cons: City gas mileage could be better.

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    2004 Pontiac Grand Am SE Review
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    Grand Am — i really enjoy this car a lot. no major problems so far. i had it now for 3 yrs and the only thing that is wrong is the passlock with the key and the relay light blinking sometimes. the looks and this car a very nice both on the outside and on the inside. i would recmemmed this car to anyone

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: good car to drive in town and travel with

    Cons: pass-lock problems,relay light

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    2004 Pontiac Grand Am GT Review
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    2004 Pontiac Grand Am Gt — It's a real monster when it gets moving. The acceleration blows most other GM cars out of the water. There is some detailing work that was done on the sides and back. The rims are stock Pontiac, but are just beautiful. Although it's not a manual this car is still amazingly fun to drive.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: FAST, looks nice, and a MONSOON sound system

    Cons: Alloy rims (bend/dent easy), plastic under-belly (plastic breaks off too easily)

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    2004 Pontiac Grand Am SE1 Review
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    same drivetrain as the impala. much more stylish
    Front Seats Ranked 2004 Chevrolet Impala worse.
    "more cushion, more comfortable"
    Family Car Ranked 2004 Chevrolet Impala better.
    "has more room, trunk space"

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2006 Pontiac Grand Am Reviews

    Wouldnt Buy It Again For Myself But Its A Reliable Car By Laura

    its not a speed machine it hasnt needed much for repairs the interior appearance and exterior are great. its great on gas and its a very comfortable car to drive and it is a safe car to drive if you... Read More

    2005 Pontiac Grand Am Reviews

    Great Car By Williams13

    I like just about everything on this car, the 3.8L engine has lots of power, very rummy inside, great gas mileage for a v6 engine, it go lots of miles but still running great, everything works on this... Read More

    Good Work Car But Not Much Of A Traveling Car. By Jarrett

    Overall I plan to drive this car till it just wont go any more. It should last me many years to come and it seems to be very reliable so far. I took one trip with this car and that was enough for me..... Read More

    2003 Pontiac Grand Am Reviews

    Meh By irwillia

    It was an el cheapo car until I could afford a better one. I don't plan on having this car long term.The car gets really good gas mileage, but it lacks power. The engine is pretty reliable and I've ha... Read More

    I'm A Pontiac Man , Love My Pontiac Vehicles By Garry

    Monsoon CD Stereo system sounds great with the Factory Monsoon 250 watt Amplifier and the Monsoon Speakers, but for the rear panel 6x9 speakers needs up grade what i don't like about is that ... Read More

    2002 Pontiac Grand Am Reviews

    Fun Pontiac By jpk7883

    I owned this car during my college years. It got me through many 300 mile trips to and from college, as well as trips across the country. It sounded great after installing a magnaflow cat-bat exhaust... Read More

    Good Car By Aaron

    gas mileage is good, needs front struts, window motor on the passengers side is out, has the annoying clicking all the time but getting it fixed. accelerates way better than the talon I had. about as ... Read More

    2001 Pontiac Grand Am Reviews

    My 1st Car By Brightwell2016

    I loved my 2001 Pontiac Grand Am GT1 75th Anniversary Edition It was a cool car while it lasted My head gasket blew out and I drove it to the Dealer to get it fixed and by the time i got there I had... Read More

    Great Car By Sarah

    Performance was great... the engine had a lot of miles but, what do you want for a used car Appearance - few cigarette burns in the seats but otherwise cherry inside and out Cost of Ownership- T... Read More

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