2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)
I really like the look of the vehicle
and the performance under the hood. The
car handles well and for the most part
has been mechanically sound. The
Problems I have experienced include
loose wiring that would cause the power
seat to stick, and the transmission
went out on us. Both of these problems
were quickly fixed and covered under
warranty. The power Drivers seat
uncomfortable and on rough textured
roads the road noise is very loud. All
in all I would recommend the car to
those looking for a moderately priced
sedan with enough HP to satisfy the
lead foot in all of us.
Audio controls on the steering wheel
red instrument panel lighting is pretty
Pontiac needs to do something about the
road noise. Plastic used in the
interior is a cheap looking.
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