Pontiac Grand Am SE Sedan 2003 posters

Pontiac Grand Am SE Sedan

Available in late spring 1998, the fifth-generation Grand Am was slightly shorter than its predecessor but featured a longer wheelbase of more than three inches (76 mm). It had a fully independent suspension with a revised MacPherson-Strut design at the front and a Multi-link design at the rear. It was offered in five trims: SE, SE1, SE2, GT, and GT1. The 4-cylinder 2.4 L Twin Cam engine had 150 hp (112 kW; 152 PS) and 155 lb·ft (210 N·m) of torque, while the 3400 V6 (previously on Minivans) was an option for the SE and SE1 trims and standard on the other levels. All variants boasted a 4-speed automatic transmission. The GT and GT1 had 4-wheel disc brakes, ABS, Traction Control (optional on SE from 2003), and a Ram Air induction system offering five more horsepower and 5 lb/ft of torque than the V6 in the SE-level trims. The 2.4 L succeeded by the Ecotec 2.2 L four-cylinder engine in 2002, delivering 140 hp (104 kW; 142 PS) and 150 lb·ft (203 N·m). There was also a Getrag five-speed manual transmission (four-cylinder engines only) and a new family of Delco stereos. The SE cladding was removed in 2003, and an MP3 player was added to the CD player in 2004. Pontiac started replacing the Grand Am lineup with the G6 in 2005, with the SE sedans being kept for fleet sale and the GT coupes being the last to be available for public sale. The last Grand Am rolled off the line at Lansing Car Assembly plant on May 10, 2005. Engines
  • 1999-2002: 2.4L DOHC Twin Cam L4 (LD9 model) engine: 150 hp (110 kW), 155 lb·ft (210 N·m) of torque
  • 2002-2005: 2.2L DOHC Ecotec L4 engine: 140 hp (100 kW), 150 lb·ft (200 N·m) of torque
  • 1999-2005: 3.4L 3400 OHV V6: 170 hp,(175 for GT) 200 lb·ft (270 N·m) of torque (205 for GT)


  • 1999-2005: 4-speed automatic with overdrive (4T40-E for four cylinder engines, 4T45-E for V6 engines)
  • 2000-2005: Getrag 5-speed manual with overdrive (four cylinder engines only)


The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) gave the 1999-2005 Grand Am a "Poor" rating in its frontal crash test for marginal structural integrity, a possible head injury, a potential right leg injury, and poor dummy control.

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