Difference between regular sedan and sedan GT

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Asked by May 17, 2007 at 09:37 PM about the Pontiac Grand Prix

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Can anyone tell me the difference between a Pontiac Grand Prix Sedan and a Pontiac Grand Prix Sedan GT

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I would need to know the year first; There are differences between model years. Here some examples of how they have differed over the years. The base had 175 horsepower, the GT had 2000 horsepower. The base costs on average about $2000 less than the GT. The base models torque is way less than that of the GT.

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lol. I think you meant 200hp there sir. I think 2000 is a lil on the high side for a Grand Prix.

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suspension is different, body trim is different, base engine is 3,1 for sedan 3.8 liter for GT.

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