2005 Pontiac Grand Am Consumer Review: Typical GM Car -- Fast until i

2005 Pontiac Grand Am - Consumer Review

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SE Fleet Sedan (2.2L 4-cyl. 4-speed Automatic)

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Typical GM Car -- Fast until it breaks
By Roger on


2005 Pontiac Grand Am SE Fleet 4dr Sedan (2.2L 4cyl 4A)


I've owned this car for a few years now. Purchased in 2007 with 30k miles, now I have 80k. Nothing major has broken yet, but the car is such a pile of plastic junk it seems about as reliable as a child's toy. Everything under the car is rusting. The paint is fading and flaking. There is body rust on it. The headlights are hazy and fogged. The car has been through 1 battery and 3 CV boots. The brakes were so rusted I needed to have a mechanic fix them. There is this horrible annoying, nonstop clicking from the blinkers that is apparently common with these. Other than being a piece of plasticy junk, it is pretty zippy. If you don't need a reliable car, I'd recommend getting one.

Best Features

V6 Powa

Worst Features

Build a car that's not junk. This thing has more plastic on it than a Tupperware.
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