Does the Pontiac Grand Prix have a manual transmission?

I’m looking into buying a manual transmission car so I can learn to drive stick. I found a cheap listing for a 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix, but it doesn’t have a lot of details. Does the Pontiac Grand Prix have a manual transmission?

Amber Reed · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Unfortunately, the
Pontiac Grand Prix
was only manufactured with an automatic transmission after the 1993 model year—so if you’re looking for a manual transmission car, this one doesn’t fit the bill.
If you’re a fan of the Grand Prix, then your best option might be simply to search for an older model—but here are some other manual transmission cars available on the used car market for less than $10,000:
If you think that a new car might be more your style, you can buy a brand new
Chevrolet Spark
Nissan Versa
without breaking the bank. Both of these compact cars come with manual transmission and have a starting price of under $15,000.
Learning to drive stick can be tricky, so make sure you protect your new car with a great
car insurance
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