2002 Pontiac Grand Prix Consumer Review: Best full size sedan for the m

2002 Pontiac Grand Prix - Consumer Review

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GTP Sedan (3.8L V6 Supercharger 4-speed Automatic)

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Best full size sedan for the money
By TheRook on


2002 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl S/C 4A)


It is time foreign car buyers take a look at the Pontiac Grand Prix. I have owned three and they have been as reliable as any German or Japanese car I owned. I think that the Japanese cars are overrated and overpriced. A GP is under $30,000 and yet it has many features you will not find on higher priced cars. The 240 HP supercharged engine six gives plenty of power but it also gives great gas mileage. The GTP has leather seats, heads-up display, chromatic mirror, computer to indicate warnings, gas mileage, oil life, and more. The ride is very comfortable and quiet. The wide track makes you feel secure even on wet or slick surfaces.

Best Features

With heads-up display I don't have to look down at the dash to determine speed, fuel, and more. The Chromatic mirror adjusts to headlights and light outside. The Onstar allows me to talk to people hands-free and alerts authorities in the event of an emergency.

Worst Features

They need to return to the 12 pack CD player in the trunk and add a passenger seat heater.
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