2002 Pontiac Grand Prix SE 4dr Sedan (3.1L 6cyl 4A)
I think the 2002 Grand Prix competes with the big boys in looks. Actually, I like the design better than the later model design. It also added the 2002 Nascar championship to its resume. What really amazed me about my car with the 3.1 was that I got 33 mpg in pure interstate driving coming home from the dealer. In five mileage checks, I averaged 26 in town. I could not be more pleased with performance. The comfort level is very good especially with the four way driver seat control. I was not used to having automatic controls on everything and that is really nice. The security system is also a nice plus.
Appearance, power options, keyless remote, and mileage, mileage, mileage. It is better then many four cylinders.
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