CHICAGO – General Motors Corp.’s Pontiac division says it has big plans for its high-volume Grand Am. The company plans to refresh the Grand Am SE for the ’03 model year, while a major change will take place in ‘04 models with the introduction of the next-generation Epsilon-based Grand Am. See related story Changes in the Grand Am lineup include the addition of a convertible in 2004, as well as improved performance characteristics. “What we would like to do is have a family of Grand ...
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