Pontiac Grand Am Models and Grand Am History

The 1998 Grand Am by Pontiac boasted new next-gen airbags and revamped addable options. A redesigned Grand Am graced showroom floors in 1998, offering a long list of new standard equipment and options, and a completely revised exterior. The 2000 Grand Am offered an improved engine, an updated interior and new optional packages. Audio upgrades, a wheel upgrade and new body colors were keynotes for 2001. Two new exterior colors were added with some shuffling of trim levels for 2002. All models got OnStar, except SE, for 2003, and the trims were all updated to reflect new options. Only minor changes were in store for 2004, with the sedan model and four-cylinder Base engine being discontinued in 2005.

New and Used Grand Am Prices, Pontiac Grand Am Model Years and History

The 2005 Pontiac Grand Am is a mid-size sports sedan that has entered its final year of production and is making way for the all-new G6.
A sporty five-passenger car, the 2004 Pontiac Grand Am is available as a two-door coupe or a four-door sedan.
The 2003 Pontiac Grand Am is a sporty five-passenger car available as a sedan or a coupe that comes standard with cruise control, ABS, and satellite radio.
The 2002 Pontiac Grand Am is a sporty car that seats five passengers and is available as a sedan or a coupe.
The 2001 Pontiac Grand Am is a compact sports sedan with seating for five passengers and a packed list of standard features.
The 2000 Pontiac Grand Am is a five-passenger sporty car available as a coupe or sedan, with a choice between a four-cylinder or a six-cylinder.
The 1999 Pontiac Grand Am is a compact sporty car that has been totally redesigned for the new year, and it is available as a coupe or a sedan.
A compact sporty car, the 1998 Pontiac Grand Am seats five passengers and is available as a coupe or sedan.