Don't buy the 2000 Grand Prix
By Bill12215 on
2000 Pontiac Grand Prix SE 4dr Sedan
My 3rd GP - getting worse. My 1990
was a good car traded in at 60,000
miles. My 1994 developed transmission
problems at 50K miles but toughed it
out until 100K when it finally
failed. My 2000 is terrible. The
front windshield gushed water when it
rained after 2 weeks - was missing
about 4 inches of caulk. The radio
died. The replacement died. After 2
years more water leaks coming in from
the roof. The interior lights will no
longer go off - fuse pulled. At 50K
miles this car's transmission is
failing worse than the previous one.
It's made it to 60K miles but it won't
make it to 70K. It's a fun car to
drive but I would not recommend it.
The dashboard light.
Fold down rear seats.
A horn that is easier to activate.
Headlights that can be turned off.