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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.
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2007 Pontiac Grand Prix | 4 Door Sedan
“Fast efficient service. Technician was on-time. Did clean and neat install. Courteous. ”
2001 Pontiac Grand Prix | 2 Door Coupe
“Your guy did a great job.”
2000 Pontiac Grand Prix | 2 Door Coupe
“Great professional job!!”
2006 Pontiac Grand Prix | 4 Door Sedan
“Compentent. On Time. Quickly done. What more could you want? ”
2004 Pontiac Grand Prix | 4 Door Sedan
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