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1991 Pontiac Grand Prix Coupe

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Pontiac Grand Prix Features and Specs

Features & Specs

  • Engine 3.1 L V 6-cylinder
  • Drivetrain Front Wheel Drive
  • Transmission
  • Horse Power 140 hp @ 4400 rpm
  • Fuel Economy 17/28 mpg
  • Bluetooth No
  • Navigation No
  • Heated Seats No

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  • What's New for 1991

    LE and Turbo coupes dropped; GT coupe added. A twin-cam V6 with five-speed transmission is optional.

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Over 500,000 no lie

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Vehicle: 1990 Pontiac Grand Prix

I swear on my mothers life that i ain't lieing this car has over 500,000 miles and still starts up like the day she came off the lot. mother was original owner ran it till it wouldnt start sat for six years in the driveway until i decided to get her breathing again it only took one day and a little bit of common sense these cars are beast that cant be killed if only i had the turbo edition by mclaren




Best 1st car

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Vehicle: 1990 Pontiac Grand Prix

Very 1st car I purchased, paint was peeling, muffler falling off. I paid about $1,500 cash when I was 15 and it brought me right up through my jr. year of college when it was replaced b/c mom was getting a new truck, so dad got her old one and I got his. almost 200k and she purred like a kitten. I spent some money to repaint her myself but that's the fun of your first car.



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Mclaren gp

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Vehicle: 1990 Pontiac Grand Prix

I have owned two of these cars and both of them performed beautifully. With tons of interior comforts including: steering wheel radio controls, 4 leather bucket seats, heads up windsheild display. This vehicle was definitely well ahead of its time.




Super dependable

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Vehicle: 1990 Pontiac Grand Prix

I bought this car from my dad. It had been his company car. Then I used it in college. Then my sister used it. Then it sat for 2 years. Finally, I bought it, put a new battery in it, changed the tires, and have driven it just about every day since. It is great in warm or cold weather, handles well, gets good gas mileage, and just runs like crazy.




There will never be another....

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Vehicle: 1990 Pontiac Grand Prix

I have put 234,200 miles on my Grand Prix and I should have been able to put more on but I sheared number 1 spark plug and I think it is over. This car has been unbelievable. I bought it with 6 miles on the odometer. She tended to burn through alternators but here is the list of stuff still on her from Detroit - radiator, water pump, entire exhaust system, front shocks/struts, transmission, all light bulbs except one (side marker - this fact never stops amazing me), all gaskets (did have to replace coolant return once), electric fans, spark plugs wires, A/C works like new, there is still just so much that is original equipment.




1990 gp se 314k and

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Vehicle: 1990 Pontiac Grand Prix

Originally purchased with 132,000 - currently has 314,817 miles. Its on its 2nd water pump! The original got me to 313,000. Have replaced the IAC Valve, Alternator, BRAKES,Got 150k on my last set of tires. Its a tight car. Excellent road car unless you are a passenger. Car has the console mounted compass. My tip is to use Synthetic motor oil and the BEST filter you can get. I change the oil every 6k miles, but once went 16k. Had one wheel bearing replaced. Overall a great car.



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What's New for 1991

LE and Turbo coupes dropped; GT coupe added. A twin-cam V6 with five-speed transmission is optional.

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Gas Mileage

EPA-Rated MPG

  • 17
  • cty
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  • 28
  • highway
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