2001 Pontiac Grand Prix SE 4dr Sedan (3.1L 6cyl 4A)
I was at the dealership getting a
headlight replacement for my 96 Grand
Prix, when I saw it.
reflected against it's Galexy Silver
finish. I peared out the
corner of my eye at it's glossy black
tires in contrast to cold & very
smooth polished alloy wheels. "What a
sexy looking sedan." I thought to
Test drove it and never got that
pitiful headlight replaced. Even
though, I only had one year left on
the loan, I just had to
tell 'thundercat 96' good-bye.
Ride is excellent for freeway
traveling and seats all passengers
comfortablely on extended road trips.
Minimal jarring felt from
imperfections in the road, if any.
Smooth cushy ride.
Road handling, Suspension and stereo
clarity and sound quality. Power and
control of the vehicle for it's size.
Driver seat could be improved by going
back further.Trunk opening is awkward
in comparison to the depth/volume it
can accomodate. Could use some better
fuel economy, but can't expect much if
you purchase a V-6 anyway!
Sorry, haven't experienced any
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