How much is a 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT worth?

How much is a 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT worth?

1999 Pontiac Grand Am trade-in prices range from $257 – $1,887. Get a more accurate value for your car with the Edmunds appraisal tool.

Are Pontiac Grand Am good cars?

Pontiac Grand Am Ratings Overview The average rating is a 3.8 out of 5 stars.

What does se mean on the Grand Am?

The SE1 added power windows, a power seat, cruise control and folding rear seat, while the SE2 added the V6 engine, 16-inch wheels, speed-sensitive power steering, an upgraded stereo, steering-wheel audio controls and keyless entry. Hope this helps!

What is the value of a 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix?

The value of a used 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix ranges from $391 to $2,179, based on vehicle condition, mileage, and options.

How many miles can you get out of a Pontiac Grand Am?

On average a Pontiac Grand Am will last around 190,000 miles, giving it a life expectancy of 14 years with an average mileage of 13,500 miles per year. Looking at data from we can see that Pontiac Grand Am’s are indeed reliable cars to own. The car gets a reliability rating of 3.8/5 stars.

Is the 1999 Pontiac Grand Am a good car?

One that’s hot, one that’s not. The Grand Am for ’99 is Pontiac’s completely redesigned sport compact, a budget-priced coupe or sedan that vies to uphold the marquee’s “excitement division” reputation in the General Motors paddock. Yes, you do get a lot of car for the money.

What’s wrong with my 99 Grand Am?

I inherited my ’99 Grand Am from my grandmother when I was 16 (in 2005). It had 117,000 miles on it and had no problems at all. Shortly after getting it, the window on the driver side refused to roll up. The volume control for the radio was faulty. Those were the only things that ever happened to it.

Is the Grand Am a good first car?

Aimed at the hearts of under-30 drivers, male and female, the Grand Am is affordable enough to be a reasonable longing. Even J.D. Powers, the high-profile arbiter of automotive quality, favors the Grand Am, bestowing upon it the APEAL award as the most appealing entry-level midsize car.

Is the Grand Am Like Cain and Abel and Yang?

Truth be told, the two Grand Ams in question – the sportier GT model and the standard-issue SE – were like Cain and Abel, Yin and Yang. One that’s hot, one that’s not.