40th Anniversary GP
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Vehicle2002 Pontiac Grand Prix GT 2dr Coupe (3.8L 6cyl 4A)
ReviewI traded in a 1997 Grand Prix that had some basic faults which I feared might still exist with the 2002 model but it appears Pontiac got all the bugs out for it's 40th year of production. I went with $2695 40th Anniversary Special Edition Package Option. In that 2002 is the last production year for a two door along with the Special Edition package my hope is that my coupe's resale value will be better than the standard GT model. Being performance minded, I do wish I had gone with GTP with supercharger although that would bump the sticker price to $30,000 which is too much. To date, with 8000 miles, my customer satisfaction level is nearly 100%.
Best Features40th Anniversary Special Edition Package
Worst FeaturesLonger mileage tires. Admittedly I haven't rotated my tires as recommended but those GoodYear Eagle LS tires on the front end will be bald at 10,000 miles. Will replace them with Michelins.
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