Is a Pontiac Grand Prix 2004 good car?
Despite this redesign for 2004, the Grand Prix remained a mediocre car. Its large exterior dimensions mask a cramped interior. Coupe-like styling limits visibility and access, particularly to the rear. Ride quality is stiff and uncomfortable, the car isn’t very agile, and the noisy engine and brakes are unimpressive.
Is a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix fast?
According to ProfessCars™ estimation this Pontiac is capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in 7.3 sec, from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.7 sec, from 0 to 160 km/h (100 mph) in 17.4 sec, from 0 to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 32.8 sec and the quarter mile drag time is 15.4 sec.
What is the value of a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix?
$535 to $3,689
The value of a used 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix ranges from $535 to $3,689, based on vehicle condition, mileage, and options.
What kind of engine is in a 2004 Grand Prix?
The 2004 Grand Prix has at its heart a cast-iron, 3.8-liter, V-6 pushrod engine that, in base form, produces 200 horsepower. Opt for the GTP edition (as tested) and you get an Eaton supercharger that boosts power to a respectable, if not rocketing, 260 horsepower.
How much horsepower does a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix have?
200 to 260 hp2004 Pontiac Grand Prix / Horsepower
How many miles can a Grand Prix last?
The minimum length of a Formula 1 race is 305km, or 190 miles. A race must complete at least as many laps as it takes to get to that distance. However, there is an exception. The Monaco Grand Prix is run to a distance of 260km, or 160 miles.
How long do Grand Prix cars last?
On average a Pontiac Grand Prix will last around 230,000 miles, giving it a life expectancy of 17 years with an average mileage of 13,500 miles per year. Looking at data from Repairpal.com we can see that Pontiac Grand Prix’s are indeed reliable cars to own. The car gets a reliability rating of 4.1/5 stars.