what is better to buy a G/P GT or AGTP

Asked by Feb 06, 2014 at 05:41 PM about the Pontiac Grand Prix

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What do you want Power or fuel economy. For '04 to '08 and up you get the power with the supercharged 3.8 motor of the GTP but loose milage. The natural aspirated 3.8 is still a strong motor in the GT but better on fuel. From 1997 to '04 you could get the 3100 v-6 in the base model as well as the N/A 3.8 or S/C 3.8. '88 to '96 had totally different additude. I doubt your diggin that far back but if you are let me know I have 3 of them plus 2 other 1st gen w cars.

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