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What does Grand Prix GTP mean?

What does Grand Prix GTP mean?

GTP doesn’t really stand for anything. GT usually stands for Grand Touring. As for driving with the low-beams and fogs. Don’t worry. Most of us do it all the time.

Which Pontiac Grand Prix is the best?

The Best And Worst Pontiac Grand Prix’ Ever Made

  • 10 Best: 1962 Grand Prix Super Duty.
  • 9 Best: 1967 Grand Prix 428.
  • 8 Best: 1970 Grand Prix SJ.
  • 7 Best: 1972 Grand Prix Hurst SSJ.
  • 6 Best: 2005 Grand Prix GXP.
  • 5 Worst: 1988 Grand Prix.
  • 4 Worst: 1981-85 Grand Prix (Olds Diesel V8)
  • 3 Worst: 1990 Grand Prix Sedan.

Is the Grand Prix a good car?

The interior is very roomy as is the trunk. My Grand Prix has been a very solid and extremely reliable car, with excellent handling, firm magnasteer steering and strong ABS brakes. Not to mention it’s a very inexpensive car to own and operate.

When did the Pontiac Grand Prix stop being made?

That model year gave it the car’s final update by adding GM badges near the front doors until the Grand Prix was pulled from Pontiac’s lineup after 2008. 2007 [ edit ] For the 2007 model year the model remained Base, GT, and GXP.

What was the wheelbase of the 1978 Pontiac Grand Prix?

1978 brought a downsizing of the Grand Prix and the other A-bodies. The 1978 GP was about 1 ft (0.3 m) shorter and 600 lb (270 kg) lighter than the 1977 model with an overall length of 200 in (5,100 mm) and a 108 in (2,700 mm) wheelbase. For the first time in Grand Prix history, a V8 engine was not standard equipment.

What kind of engine does a Pontiac Grand Prix have?

While the 3.8 L V6 remained standard for the regular Grand Prix, a fuel-injected 4.3 L Chevrolet 90° V6 was added to the option list for models other than the 2+2. This engine was available with a three-speed or a four-speed automatic transmission.

What did the Pontiac Grand Prix look like in 1964?

The 1964 Grand Prix received minor appearance changes from the 1963 edition. Those included a revised grille (based on the 1964 Bonneville/Catalina) with new “GP” logos and rear deck trim with new taillights, still hidden, again following the shape of the other big ’64 Pontiacs.