The redesigned ’04 Pontiac Grand Prix will offer up to 260 hp, up from 230 hp on the current model, thanks to a new Eaton supercharger. The '04 Pontiac Grand Prix features 260 hp, up from 230 hp offered in current models. It also continues General Motors Corp.’s strategy to offer the most flexible vehicle interiors in the auto industry. The auto maker claims the ’04 Grand Prix will be the best sports sedan available for less than $30,000. “This is the best performance ...

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