1995 Pontiac Grand Prix

  • 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix SE Coupe

    SE Coupe

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    • SEATS
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      3.1L V6
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  • 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix SE Sedan

    SE Sedan

    • MAX MPG
    • SEATS
    • ENGINE
      3.1L V6
    • MSRP
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1995 Pontiac Grand Prix Review

Pontiac’s attempt at reliable economy.

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The 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix is a two-door car available as either a GT or SE sedan or a SE or GTP coupe model. While it's not a powerhouse, it can still hold its own on the road. Drivers enjoy smooth acceleration and good handling, while passengers experience a comfortable ride. It has enough visual appeal to merit a nice complement on its style. Would be a good car for a student, since it has good gas mileage.

The Range

Body Styles: sedan, coupe
Engines: 3.1-liter six-cylinder, 3.4-liter six-cylinder
Transmissions: four-speed automatic
Models: Pontiac Grand Prix SE, Pontiac Grand Prix GT, Pontiac Grand Prix GTP

What's New

The 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix has a few changes from the prior year. An appearance package is now available, which includes alloy wheels and special pin striping. The GTP coupe replaces the GT coupe model, although the GT sedan remains. Shift interlock is added to the transmission.


The 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix has approximately a 195-inch length, 72-inch width, 55-inch height, and a 107-inch wheelbase. The design is not flashy, yet still attractive. There are impact-absorbing, body-colored bumpers in the front and rear, front fog lights, and chrome trim on the gloss-painted body. It sits on 15-inch wheels. Optional features include a power sunroof and five-blade cast aluminum wheels.


The 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix is roomy enough to fit five passengers. In the front, there are cloth bucket seats with height-adjustable head restraints, divided by a covered storage console. There are also pockets in the doors for easy storage and two cup holders. The dash has logically-arranged gauges and conveniently-located controls. In the rear, there is a cloth bench seat that fits up to three people. It features power windows and locks, an AM/FM stereo with a cassette player included, and audio controls on the steering wheel. A CD player and leather seating are optional.

Performance & Handling

The 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix SE comes packed with a 3.1-liter, six-cylinder engine that produces 160 horsepower and 185 lb-ft of torque. The GT and GTP models carry a 3.4-liter, six-cylinder engine that cranks out 210 horsepower and 215 lb-ft of torque. Both engines are combined with a four-speed automatic transmission. The result is decent pick up speed and smooth shifting.

The 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix is built with a strut front suspension with stabilizer bar teamed with an independent rear suspension with stabilizer and leaf springs. This setup provides a stable ride on any road condition. Variable effort power steering helps drivers to park and maneuver easier.


The 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix SE models are equipped with driver and front passenger front-impact airbags. The GT and GTP models get the addition of anti-lock brakes on all four wheels.

EPA Fuel Economy

Pontiac Grand Prix: 17/26 mpg city/highway

You'll Like

  • Good gas mileage
  • Good handling
  • Reliable transportation

You Won't Like

  • Cheaply made interior
  • Difficult to open doors

Sum Up

Pontiac’s attempt at reliable economy.

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