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2005 Pontiac Grand Prix Mid-Size Sedan

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New Car Review of the 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix Mid-Size Sedan

Description: Mid-Size Sedan
Base MSRP Range: $22,900 - $26,560
Invoice Price Range: $20,954 - $24,302
Where built: Canada

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Pontiac's mid-size sedan scored a make-over in 2004 that resulted in a new smooth new exterior shape and a cabin with flexible flat-fold seats to carve out more room for cargo. Two trim designations with different powertrains work as GT and GTP, but the latter also offers a Competition Group ('Comp G') package with suspension tweaking and sporty paraphernalia.

The GT pulls from GM's 3.8-liter V6 racked to 200-hp. The GTP goes further through supercharging to pump the action to 260-hp. GTP's Comp G kit includes StabiliTrak Sport, a four-wheel vehicle stability system that enhances tire traction during cornering maneuvers. Further, two thumb-sized paddles -- labeled TAPshift for Touch Activated Power -- are mounted on right and left spokes of the steering wheel. A shift-it-yourself kind of driver can use the thumb and forefinger to move the paddles forward or backward and step up or down the powertrain's gear ladder in the same way race drivers control their open-wheel machines with finger-flicking upshifts and downshifts.

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2006 Pontiac Grand Prix Mid-Size Sedan

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Description: Mid-Size Sedan
Base MSRP Starts at: $21,330 - $27,330
Invoice Price Starts at: $20,157 - $25,827
Where built: Canada

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Pontiac's mid-size sedan presents sleek styling on a four-door body and a cabin with flexible flip-and-fold seats plus a generous cargo compartment.

For 2006 there are three Grand Prix trim designations and three different engines. Grand Prix the entry edition pulls from GM's 3.8-liter V6 racked to 200 hp. The GT goes further through supercharging to pump the action to 260 hp. And GXP marks the first Grand Prix since 1987 to offer a V8 and the first Pontiac to apply GM's Displacement on Demand (DOD) technology that cuts in half the cylinders used for combustion when boosted power is not needed. GXP's 6.0-liter LS2 V8 off Corvette delivers 303 hp.

Transmission for GXP is the Hydra-Matic 4T65-E automatic with four forward speeds and TAPshift (Touch Activated Power) paddles mounted on spokes of the steering wheel.

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