this white 3.4 special edition white
grand prix has provided reasonable,
reliable service the last 10 years of
my ownership. i bought it brand new.
there have been maintenance &
electrical repairs which have been
expensive, but the dealership is only
source of precise mechanic work. you
do have to put GM parts for
replacement to keep this 2dr coupe
running smoothly. i am still proud of
its handling & i drive it everyday on
the highway 50 miles round-trip to
work. it remains a fun car to drive.
wide body side moldings, pillar
mounted door handles, heads-up
display, trip computer outside
thermometer, magna-steer powering
steering, hidden wipers, dual-dual
exhaust, leather seats, moon-roof,
security chip on ignition key, keyless
entry, light under hood
additional cooling fan run
continuously with a/c on, bigger
rotors for braking, wider tires to
17", wipers moving in same direction,
battery position placement not being
underneath washer fluid container,
quiter interior, scratch-resistant
textured interior plastic pieces
This 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix Special
Edition is a reliable car. It is the
3.4 liter special edition, white
exterior color package. It is fun to
drive because it has Magnasteer II
just like the new 2004 Grand Prix.
The interior design is adequate
because it is meant for a grown up who
desires a sports car feel. The
exterior design is nice because it has
a large body side door molding for
protection. It is a bit heavy for the
210hp engine. It does not have much
acceleration as Pontiac advertised in
1995. In summary, it is a good car
when compared to todays Grand Prix.
head up display, sunroof, composite
glass headlamps, fog lights, side
pillar door mounts, wide body side
needs a 3.8 liter engine, passenger
side electric seat, rear seat should
pull down to get into trunk, 17"
tires, filament imbedded radio antenna
I have owned 3 Pontiac Grand Prix's
and I have loved all of them, they
look sharp, and have a great ride for
a sporty car. They also have
exceptional handling. I have had no
mechanical problems with any of them,
I plan on owning a Pontiac the rest of
my life. The Grand Prix is a great
One of my favorite features of the
Grand Prix is the Head up display.
This allows me to see my speed, what
radio station I have tuned to, and
other information displayed on the
lower windsheild in front of me, so
that I dont have to take my eyes off
I have no improvements upon this car.
I think that they are great vehicles.
I am only dissapointed however that
Pontiac stopped making the 2 door
coupe for 2003, and I like the older
1997-2003 body style better than the
I love this car. I had to replace the
motor and tranny after 78,000 miles
cause i hauled a UHAUL 3,000 miles
with it.(MY FAULT) DONT tow anything
Over all i like the car but the
factory paint is poor. For a nice car
the book value could be better, i
think these cars are to underated.
i love the car very much. But the owner
before me must have not taken car of
it. i had to replace both front
balljoints and put 4 new struts and
rear strut mounts on it. He did make
sure he sold it as-is. It has a mean
lookin front end on it.
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