A description and background information for the 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix base, GT, GTP, and GXP sedan. Includes both standard and optional features.
Now in its 9th generation, the 2005 Grand Prix continues Pontiac's tradition of bold styling and performance in a cost-efficient package. It doesn't have any styling cues of Grand Prix's of the 1960's; it instead offers aggressive styling that differentiates itself from other competitors in its segment. The Grand Prix is available in a sedan variant with four trim levels: Base, GT, GTP, and GXP. Three engine choices are offered: a 200-horsepower 3.8-liter V6, a supercharged version that produces 260-horsepower, or the 5.3-liter 303-horsepower V8. Some notable features include a next-generation wide-track handling system and 90-degree opening rear doors.
Base MSRP for the 2005 Sedan start at $23,720 and up to $29,995 for the GXP V8.
To learn more about the 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix, log-on to www.pontiac.com or to www.autos.msn.com.
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