With seven generations under its belt, the Pontiac Grand Prix enjoyed 36 years of production. While the car was, at first, part of Pontiac's full-size lineup, the Grand Prix name was eventually also applied to both mid-size cars and luxury models as well. Though the first generation Grand Prix models were limited to two-door coupes, its fifth generation also saw the introduction of a four-door sedan. In 1988, Grand Prix captured the title of Motor Trend's Car of the Year. The sixth generation of Grand Prix vehicles was awarded a "Good" safety rating by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) for its results in the frontal impact test.
How much does it cost to replace glass on a Pontiac Grand Prix?
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.
But what we can do is share with you some of the quotes customers like yourself have recently received on Glass.net.