Pontiac is credited with producing the first muscle car in United States history with the release of the 1964 GTO. The company was an integral part of the General Motors lineup for decades & produced great American cars along the way.
GM discontinued the entire Pontiac brand in 2010 after the automotive crisis, so you can no longer buy a new one. However, there are still many classics & older models that are still on the road & maintain a loyal fan base. My Auto Store still has a nice inventory of used Pontiac parts, so use the Part Search menu link to browse our inventory.
Are Pontiac parts expensive?
The cost to maintain a Pontiac is more than most other brands but less than expensive luxury brands like Cadillac or Audi. General Motors stopped producing the brand entirely in 2010, but they’ve stayed committed to making replacement parts that keep older models on the road as long as possible. Used auto parts are a great way to save even more, as long as you get them from a quality used parts distributor.
Do they make good engines?
Back in the day, Pontiac was known for the powerful engines in their sports car GTO & Firebird models. Even after the muscle car craze died down in the 70s, they continued producing engines that were both high-performance & reliable.
That said, the engines in some newer models flopped due to problems with manufacturing. The 2003 Grand Am had the most engine issues, & many drivers reported a leaking intake manifold due to a bad gasket. Search the My Auto Store online inventory to find a replacement engine.
Most Popular Used Pontiac Engines For Sale
- Used 3.4 Engine
- Used G3 Engine
- Used Grand Am Engine
- Used Sunfire Engine
- Used Torrent Engine
Do they make good transmissions?
Pontiac produced some great cars during its run, & most of these models had very few transmission problems.
Top Used Pontiac Transmissions
- Used Transmission for the 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix
- 2004 Grand Prix Used Transmission
- 2007 Grand Prix Used Transmission
- Used Transmission for the 2000 Grand Prix
- Used Transmission for G6
Can you still find used Pontiac parts?
The Pontiac brand was discontinued in 2010, and while GM still makes new parts for these vehicles, many owners opt to repair their cars with high-quality used parts. If you’re in the market for a used transmission, engine, or other parts, My Auto Store is your solution. We have hundreds of parts in stock, all quality-tested and ready for shipping with a 6-month warranty.