We bought this car in 1999, with 5,000 miles on it and I knew it would be a keeper. We have had absolutely no serious problems with this vehicle in the 10 years we have owned it. Was considering trading it in until I realized that there was nothing really wrong with it except a leak from someone putting a new front window in badly. That could be fixed, and it would not cost 25,000 like a new vehicle would. I would miss all the room we have in it if I bought a new vehicle. So we will keep her till she just lays down and dies. She is still pretty, fast, clean, and people still notice this type of car. Sorry they are not making any more. A shame indeed.
Extra room in front. Lots of leg room in back. Air tight when driving on highway. Very smooth drive. Could put you to sleep.
If they had kept this model or Pontiac itself, they could improve the drink dispensor that broke too easily. I really needed that darn thing.
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