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2003 Pontiac Grand Am
Antilock brakes moved to the options list on the least expensive model. Grand Am sedans lost their lower-body plastic cladding. SE2 sedan... Read More
Antilock brakes moved to the options list on the least expensive model. Grand Am sedans lost their lower-body plastic cladding. SE2 sedan is new for 03 and upgrades SE/SE1 features with a leather-wrapped steering wheel with radio controls, a six-way power driver seat, cruise control, and 16-inch wheels. Added as a midyear option for GT1s was a Solid Value Appearance package with 30th-anniversary badges and special trim. Minimize
13 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jul 19, 2003
Got what I paid for!
Pros: It looks sporty and big without the sporty and big price
Cons: Some parts of the car are put on cheap.
The Bottom Line:
This car is good for small families. I didn't think I was gonna like it, but now I love it! My sister bought one a week later!
The body is beautiful. It is smooth. The color metallic gray is wonderful, and the Grand Am spoiler is pretty too. They could have come up with some better wheel covers, but that can always be changed. The shape of the car makes it look fast. The body actually looks better than the Grand Prix. The car drives really good. It is really smooth when you hit bumps in the road. The stereo in the car is of good quality. And the interior has good colors. I bought the custom car mats to go in it, and they fit perfect.
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