The base trim is offered with a 200 hp 150 kW V6 engine and 16 in 41 cm wheels. TruckCabinFilter selectedCabinList, null ; truckCabinFilter. A five-speed manual or four-speed automatic were the transmissions offered. The standard engine for 1985 was the 110 hp 82 kW Buick built 3. ColorFilter selectedColorList, 'exteriorColorFilter', 'exteriorColorName', 'Color', 'colors', null ; colorFilter. .
However, Congressional action to rescind that regulation, which led automakers to discontinue the device and permitted dealers and garages to disconnect the device on cars so-equipped. A new optional four spoke steering wheel was also available. Under the hood, the 389 V8 was replaced by a new 400 cu in 6. Their sturdy design ensures long-time service, so replace your damaged parts with these brand new blower motors. WheelSystemFilter selectedWheelSystemList, null ; wheelSystemFilter. Interior revisions amounted to new trim patterns for cloth and vinyl upholstery patterns for both the bench and bucket seats, but the leather interior option was discontinued. Some more rarer options specific for the 1985 Pontiac Grand Prix include a factory rear spoiler, rare aluminum turbo finned wheels, and a full size spare tire.
The 1970 Ford Thunderbird styling change was reportedly ordered by Ford Motor Co. The last Grand Prix coupe rolled off the assembly line on July 19, 2002 and it was the last mid-sized 6th generation Grand Prix. This turned out to be a major miscalculation and 301 equipped cars became much less desirable among Grand Prix enthusiasts and collectors in later years. The radial donuts, provided by the division's usual tire suppliers, included Firestone 500s and B. Grand Prix was Motor Trend's for 1988.
I hate the fact that it costs alot of money to do so. Similarly, the 421 V8 was replaced by a new 428 cu in 7. The introduction of radial-ply tires was also a boon for handling. No gasoline-powered V8 engines were offered this year in the U. Vehicle Photography Not Available We're sorry.
One notable exception was the available optional Heads Up Display only shared with the Cutlass Supreme. The only available interior color was Light Buckskin. Two other high-performance 389s were offered, including a four-barrel version rated at 333 hp 248 kW and a 348 hp 260 kW Tri-Power. Great transaction and I would definitely go back for any future purchases. The coolant overflow reservoir was relocated from being in front of the intake box to being mounted to the passenger strut tower. The strike also delayed the production of the third generation Grand Prix by one year in 1973.
Still, 1974 was the third best-selling year to date for the Pontiac Grand Prix. There have been reports of fires happening after the recall has been performed. SeatingFilter selectedSeatingList, null ; seatingFilter. The recall for the Supercharged engine involved changing the left front valve cover gasket, as oil leaks onto the exhaust manifold may cause engine fires. The Strato bucket seats were completely new with higher seatbacks and integrated headrests in Morrokide or scivvy cloth trims, and optional recliners and adjustable lumbar support, with a notchback bench seat offered as a no-cost option. Engine choices included the standard 400 cu in 6.
Inside, Strato bucket seats and console were still standard equipment with Morrokide vinyl or cloth upholstery, or a no-cost optional notchback bench seat with either trims. Vehicles that are covered by recalls 08V-118, 09V-116, or 15V-201 that have not yet received the original remedy will instead receive the improved remedy under the original recall number. The Turbo Hydra-matic also featured the now-standardized P-R-N-D-S-L shift quadrant pattern in place of the P-N-D-S-L-R setup of previous Hydra-matics. The one new option was a Bose 8-speaker audio system. Also, the active displacement management capability on the 5. Another unique feature only found on the Grand Prix is the combination lock for the glove box, rather than a key.
The base 400 cu in 6. FuelTypeFilter selectedFuelTypeList, null ; fuelTypeFilter. The center console was now built into the instrument panel and featured a vacuum gauge to go along with a dash mounted tachometer manual transmission. All models now came standard with the Buick 231 cu in 3. In celebration of Pontiac's 50th anniversary in 1976, a number of special edition Grand Prix were produced.
The standard drivetrain consisted of the four-barrel 400 cu in 6. The full-size Catalina-based Grand Prix sold well through the 1960s. A floor-mounted three-speed manual transmission was standard equipment with the V6 on the base model and the three-speed Turbo Hydra-Matic automatic was optional. Met Fred initially and had a great interaction with him. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.