2002 Pontiac Grand Prix GT 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)
I will never purchase a gm product again. I bought this car new, paid 25k for it and have nothing but problems as soon as the warranty was up. I had the catalytic converter replaced twice, passanger window work only sometines, windshield wipers stop working in down pours. Also replaced numerous sensors adding up to at least $1500 Had the intake manifold gasket replaced $500 with a class action suite only got $100 back. Now I have to replace the oil pan gasket,it will cost $350. Not to mention the gas milage is nothing close to what they said it would be. I was told the transmission will be next. I can not afford a new car now, but as soon as I can this car will be history.
Here is a novel idea, make a car that lasts or if you make a mistake stand behind your product and stand up for you customers...maybe that is why GM is in the shape it is.
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