I traded my Gran Prix in for a 98 Buick
with 44,000 miles and the Buick is ok
but it has some wind noise around the
windows and on the interstate the front
end bounces and it seems to want to
leave the lanes, have to drive with
both hands. It has ok power until
around 80 miles per hour but then it
lacks power. It seems to take the
starter too long to kick the motor
over. The seats are really hard and the
back part of the front seats don"t seem
high enough. I just don"t think it
would be worth the price for a new one.
Wishing I had my Gran Prix back!!!
Stereo, power seat adjustments, 0 to 60
power, easy motor to work on, air
controls, looks, small doors, large
anti-sway bars, better struts and
shocks, wind around windows, larger
steering wheel, strap on doors to close
with, higher front seat backs, tighter
rear view mirror that doesn't viberate.
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