For those of you whose driving preferences emphasize power
and control without sacrificing luxurious details and safety,
the new 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix may just be what you've
been looking for. With a commanding appearance and sporty
lines, it's as pleasing to behold as it is to drive down
the open highways.
The 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix is available in both a sedan
and a coupe, with several different front-wheel drive models
offered - 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix SE Sedan, GT Sedan, GT
Coupe, GTP Sedan, and GTP Coupe. Additionally, there are
three special packages - Special 40th Anniversary Package,
Wide Track Smart Package, and Premium Lighting Package.
The Special 40th Anniversary Package includes hood-mounted
heat extractors with supercharged emblem (GTP only), sixteen-inch
chrome multi-spoke wheels with new center caps, and a Ruby
Red shift knob. This model also sports a unique rear deck
lid spoiler, roof fences, chrome dual exhaust tips, special
two-tone leather upholstery, new interior trim plates and
door panels, exterior trim emblems, and special steering
wheel and floor mats.
The Wide Track Smart Package features a rear seat pass-through,
six-way power driver's seat, sixteen-inch aluminum QD1 wheels,
and sixteen-inch QDX tires.
A Premium Lighting Package adds rear reading lamps to the
sedan models, and illuminated visor mirrors, assist grips,
electrochromic rear view mirror with compass, outside air
temperature gauge, and OnStar service.
Among the standard fare on the 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix
are comforts and conveniences such as dual zone air conditioning,
power door locks, AM/FM stereo with CD player with six speakers,
four-spoke sport steering wheel, power windows, and cruise
control. Leather upholstery, heated driver's seat, six-way
power driver's seat, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel
are all available on upper end models.
The dashing 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix is equipped with
dual power outside sport mirrors, rear deck lid spoiler,
touring tires, and either fifteen-inch or sixteen-inch cast
aluminum wheels depending on which model you choose. A power
glass sunroof is available as an option on the GT and GTP
The 2002 Grand Prix SE Sedan packs a 3.1-litre Six-cylinder
engine that produces 175 horsepower and 195 lb-ft of torque.
The standard transmission on this and all other models is
a four-speed automatic with Enhanced Traction System.
Taking performance up a notch, the 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix
GT Sedan and Coupe check in with a 3.8-litre six-cylinder
engine that charges things up with 200 horsepower and 230
lb-ft of torque. And, topping it all off, the Grand Prix
GTP Sedan and Coupe boast a 3.8-litre Supercharged V6 to
register with 240 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque.
Safety and Security
Every 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix features safety standards
like a driver air bag, passenger air bag, four-wheel ABS
brakes, three-point seatbelts at all outboard seating positions,
integrated headrests, child safety locks, child seat tethers
and anchors, and an emergency internal trunk release. GT
and GTP models highlight an alarm system and remote keyless
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