2002 Pontiac Grand Prix GT 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)
Wonderful car to drive. Wider is better. Needed something that holds 2 sets of golf clubs - they fit in the trunk very comfortably with space to spare. Also wanted something sporty that handles well - not ready for a Grandma car. But I have a problem with the reliability of the car. Transmission went out after 2 years resulting in major repair (under warranty). And driver's side window quit working consistently after nearly 3 years (barely under warranty).
Car style, sun roof, roomy interior, roomy trunk, dual temperature controls.
The headrest needs some work. I think if I were ever in an accident that I would be injured more from my head hitting that hard headrest with the big hole in the center of it than from any kind of impact. Also, husband complains about lack of headroom for driver (he's 6'1"). Improve reliability.
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