I've driven a Grand Prix GT for 6 years and realized it was getting tired.
I looked at a new Kia Optima SX and Regal GS.
I happened to try a Fusion Sport and thought it was great.
It's one of those experiences that grows as you continue to drive.
I do miss the supercharger of the Pontiac, but the 3.5 really comes into its own the more you drive it.
Besides no premium fuel required! So glad I didn't go the KIA route.
I was looking for another 6 year vehicle and think I found one in this.
The KIA had some nice bells and whistles but don't think it will stand the test of time after driving it a couple of times
Small appearance on the outside hides the roomy inside.
Car has a solid heavy feel in a positive sense.
Many features that are impressive especially the sync system.
Lots of understated power in the engine
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