Unveiled in 1973 as a mid-size car, the Pontiac Grand Am enjoyed three production runs in total. Available as a two-door coupe or a four-door sedan, the Grand Am later became a compact vehicle. Built with GM's A-body layout, the Grand Am was produced by the automaker from 1973 until 1975 and from 1978 until 1980. In 1980, the Grand Am was replaced by the Pontiac 6000. In 1985, the Pontiac reintroduced the Grand Am as a replacement for the Phoenix. During its 20 year run, it was Pontiac's best-selling car. In celebration of the vehicle's sixth generation, Pontiac replaced the Grand Am with the rebadged G6.
How much does it cost to replace glass on a Pontiac Grand Am?
The cost of replacing your Pontiac's Auto Glass depends on a number of factors, including:
- Side Glass (Door Glass, Vent Glass, Quarter Glass)
- Back Glass (Also called, Rear Windshield or Rear Glass)
Technology Options on your glass, such as rain sensors, adaptive cruise control, etc.
- Chipped Windshield Repair
- Scratched Windshield Repair
- Cracked Windshield Repair
Location -- part and labor prices vary depending on where you live.
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