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The mid-size Grand Am will continue for a time during 2005 as a value leader, its place in the Pontiac line largely supplanted by the new G6, but will only exist in its coupe version.  ( Pontiac will continue to offer a Grand Am sedan for fleet customers, however.) The only available powertrain is now a 175-horsepower 3.4-liter V-6 engine drives the front wheels via a four-speed-automatic gearbox. Standard features include variable-assist power steering, four-wheel-disc anti-lock brakes, a CD stereo with steering wheel touch controls, air conditioning and aluminum wheels. XM satellite radio and an MP3 file-capable audio system are available for the tune-conscious. An SC/T Special Edition, with unique trim and content, is newly available on 2005 GT1 models.

 

 

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