I owned a 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix that was fun sporty and fast. However its radiator cracked at about 200,000. I figured I should get a Chevy because i figured it would be a nice car. I was wrong I should have bought another Pontiac or Ford. I'm replacing tires every 19,000 miles approximately because the car came with a weird toe angle on the rear tires, the suspension and steering are too loose. On the suggested improvements i ran out of characters
1. Keyless entrance 2. Keyless start 3. Looks nice 4. Fairly decent power for sedan (stronger than my Toyota Camry and Honda Accord I had but weaker than my grand prix 5. Comfortable
1. Toe angle so tires do not need to be replaced constantly 2. Steering 3. Suspension 4. Magnesium wheels Rather than iron 5. Pillars are too fat 6. Mirrors are unbelievably small 7. Alignment issues 8. Hose to radiator started leaking at 26,000 miles 9. No rear cup holders 10. Center console is akward
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