2001 Pontiac Grand Prix SE 4dr Sedan (3.1L 6cyl 4A)
The car is a fun car to drive and
responds well, especially when using a
premium fuel. I question the long term
quality of the vehicle. My Grand Prix
needed a new transmission after 42000
miles, I also had changed the
transmission fluid at 20,000 miles.
The car also had a problem with its
computer system at 38,000 mile right
after the warranty went out. The
quality if the interior is good. Some
of the knobs could be of better quality
as the paint on the pointer part of the
A/C knobs wears easily.
Car is fun to drive and responds well.
The cockpit lights up like a chrismas
tree at knight. The fog lights also
add a nice touch. The car is low to
the ground so handling is very good.
I was dissapointed about having
transmission problems at 42,000 miles
and computer problems after my
manufactuers warranty went out. I
think you pay a price in quality for
better performance. I recommend a
buyer purchase an extended warranty on
the car. Mine paid off.
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