I just can't express my disdain for
Christian's review (Edmund's editor).
He obviously has a terrible impression
of this car and has obviously been
presented with a bad example. Maybe
Edmund's was provided with a "tester's"
example that had been flogged first by
more "prestigious publications".
I have not seen a Grand Prix that
displays bad build quality, materials
or design. The fit and finish are of
"Harsh and un-refined"...
The Grand Prix does indeed excite the
senses. Everything from the sound of
the engine, the firm yet supple ride
and tactile feel of the controls - are
all unique and appealing.
Gorgeous looks. Tight chassis. Smooth
ride. Awesome handling. Great BOSE
stereo system. Heads-up display. Great
brakes. GM's electronic gadgets
showcase. World-class automatic
transmission. And finally the
Supercharged engine, voted ten best by
JD Power, powerful and without apology.
Admittedly, the leather seats are made
from "budget" grade material, but are
still very well executed and very
comfortable. For the price point, the
GTP is an extraordinary value for the