What is a 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix worth?

Price of 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix by Trim

Trim Average Price Deals
1986 Pontiac Grand Prix Aero $15,900

Is a Pontiac Grand Prix a muscle car?

An incredibly rare, and shockingly powerful muscle car, the Grand Prix Super Duty today is worth well into the 6-figures.

How much is a 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix worth?

The value of a used 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix ranges from $179 to $1,323, based on vehicle condition, mileage, and options.

How much is a 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix worth?

According to the NADA Classic Car price guide, the 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix goes from a low retail of $8,070 to an average retail of $15,540 to a high retail of $29,16 … thanks to that 421 V8 which adds 20-percent to the value.

How long is a 1986 Grand Prix?

201 in

Maximum Seating 6 seats
Wheelbase 108 in
Length 201 in
Width 72 in
Height 54 in

How many miles can a Grand Prix last?

The minimum length of a Formula 1 race is 305km, or 190 miles. A race must complete at least as many laps as it takes to get to that distance. However, there is an exception. The Monaco Grand Prix is run to a distance of 260km, or 160 miles.

What is the fastest Pontiac Grand Prix?

The 15 Fastest Cars Pontiac Ever Produced

  • 6 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP (143 mph)
  • 5 1973 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am 455 Super Duty (155 mph)
  • 4 1963 Pontiac Tempest Super Duty (163 mph)
  • 3 1998 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am (165 mph)
  • 2 2009 Pontiac G8 GXP (175 mph)
  • 1 2006 Pontiac GTO (175 mph)

What does a 1995 Grand Prix weigh?

3318 lbs.
Used 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix Specs & Features

Curb weight 3318 lbs.
Height 54.8 in.
Length 194.9 in.
Wheel base 107.5 in.

What is a 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix worth?

Average Price of 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix Trims

Trim Average Price
1964 Pontiac Grand Prix Base (1981-1989, 2005-2008) $5,587
1964 Pontiac Grand Prix GT (1991-1993, 1995-2003, 2005-2007) $4,846
1964 Pontiac Grand Prix GT2 (2004) $4,612
1964 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP (1995-2005) $6,111

What is a 1965 Pontiac Grand Prix worth?

**Figure based on a stock 1965 Pontiac Grand Prix valued at $11,600 with OH rates with $100/300K liability/UM/UIM limits. Actual costs vary depending on the coverage selected, vehicle condition, state and other factors.

Is the Pontiac Grand Prix a good car?

The interior is very roomy as is the trunk. My Grand Prix has been a very solid and extremely reliable car, with excellent handling, firm magnasteer steering and strong ABS brakes. Not to mention it’s a very inexpensive car to own and operate.

What is the last year Pontiac made Grand Prix?

Pontiac did not build a 2009 model, meaning the 2008 is the last generation of Grand Prix. In fact, it’s one of the last Pontiacs — General Motors has announced its intention to close the brand at the end of 2009.