I bought my 2000 GTP with 96000 miles on it. It was a one owner in mint condition. the previous owner had to put a transmission in at 77,000 miles, but had no other issues. Apparently, there was a problem with some of the trannys in these cars. Replacing the battery is a real bear. Dash rattles a bit over bumps. I am watching a possible leaky valve cover gasket. Aside from that, this car rocks. Performance, fuel economy and looks are all outstanding. I lucked out and found this model with every single feature offered. It was a $29,000 car in 2000. Added Mobil 1 to the engine and trans and, a K&N filter and am now experiencing 30 mpg on the highway.
Head Up Display, red backlit dash, Eaton supercharger, exterior styling, sound system, throaty exhaust, driver info center, smooth shifting trans with OD, huge trunk, comfort on long trips, wheels, sound system controls on steering wheel, dual climate control, high quality leather, boost meter.
Tighten up rattles in interior, headlamp lenses turn yellow and fog up - use better quality plastic on headlamps, easier access to the battery, better quality seals on engine, put a drain plug on the supercharger for easier lubes.
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