Post any and all info. you have on this topic. Here is all the information I have::
The '04 Grand Prix was release at The Texas State Fair in August. It is to be available in the first quarter of 2003.
The '05 Grand Am is to be redesigned, but has not been release.
Pontiac is poorly rated as far re-sale value is concerned. Hope GM will stop offering 0% APR on this new vehicle and do all it can to improve the re-sale value. If the re-sale value improves, I will look forward to adding a Grand Prix to my current fleet that consists of a 4WD 2Dr 99 Chevy Blazer (48K miles) and a 02 Mazda Protege LS (8K miles). If GM fails again to improve the re-sale value, I will go with a Honda Accord.
#8 of 2458 Grand Am resale is low (and affordable)
Jan 18, 2003 (5:34 pm)
Rather than looking at the resale being low on the GA, (all used cars are low due to new car refi deals) , look at it as a gift to get a whale of a deal. I did. Just picked up a single owner 1999 Grand Am SE2 loaded and including the premium sound w/subwoofer, steering controls and CD , and 16" Alloys, spoiler and new Goodyears that is EXTREMELY clean for a ridiculous $4400 from a dealer !! Of course it already has 100K miles but they must be Highway miles.
So unless you are selling a car, the resale is immaterial. Get what you want and keep it or run the wheels off it.