2008 Pontiac Grand Prix Values

The 2008 Pontiac Grand Prix combines the best of both worlds – four door, five passenger family Sedan capabilities with plenty of power under the hood for the fast-driving-minded. Offered in Base and GXP models, the Grand Prix features a standard 200 horsepower 3.8-liter gas-powered V6, with the GXP featuring a 303 horsepower 5.3-liter gas-powered V8 registering 323 lbs.-ft of torque. Standard safety features include front and passenger-side airbags, ABS brakes, traction control and child safety rear door locks. Luxury amenities include climate control and navigation.

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2008 model year changes View changes +

The Pontiac Grand Prix sedan carries over to 2008 without the mid-range GT trim. Also, Bronzestone Metallic and Stealth Gray Metallic paints have been replaced by Gold Mist Metallic, Dark Slate Metallic, and Dark Mocha Metallic for the new model year.

Competitive comparison View advantages +

Roomy interior; smooth ride; fuel efficiency on the highway; acceleration (GXP).

Special features for 2008 View special features +

Pontiac's 2008 Grand Prix combines a very roomy interior and smooth ride with two different engines and reasonably agile handling. And, with either engine, it returns surprisingly good fuel economy. It's also one of the lowest-priced cars to offer a head-up display.

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