what is gt1 and gt2


Asked by hicks1 Jul 21, 2007 at 04:29 PM about the 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: General

what is meant by GT1 and GT2 style of grand prix?

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they are trim packages from the dealer.

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GT1 is the base model, and GT2 is what you would think that GT is. It makes it so people dont have to say "Oh, I have the base model". And it helps if your trying to sell the car, you can say its a GT. Thats what someone did to me

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its more about the trim--though, it isnt as noticeable on the newer grand prix. the old one there was a gt1 without the fog lamps that looked like the se... which i hate!!

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I know this is an old topic, but I own an '04 GT2. It comes standard with ABS, a front passenger seat on which the seat back completely folds down, and dual exhaust. My car also has a factory sunroof and factory chrome alloy wheels.

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The GT1 is just a standard base model grand prix while the GT2 comes with more features such as buttons on the steering wheel and leather multi-colored interior

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I have a gt2 and it has heads up display heated seats sunroof it's pretty much fully loaded with everything GTP would have but no supercharger or trip tronic.

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