2002 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP 2dr Coupe (3.8L 6cyl S/C 4A)
Pontiac Excitement is just a buzzword
until one gets to own and drive a
Pontiac Grand Prix. I bought a 1998 GT
for its distinctive and muscular
styling. I was immediately surprised
with its performance, which led mo to
trade in on a 2001 GTP. This car's
performance is simply awesome. The
horsepower is definitely under rated. I
took it to the west coast and loved the
smoothness, comfort, handling and
power, especially in the mountains,
getting an average of 28 miles per
Talk about reliability, in four years
of driving the Grand Prix's I never had
to take either car back to the dealer.
for repair or adjustment.
Heads Up Display
Place the trip odometer within the trip
computer for those who like to monitor
the trip miles.
Two tone interior would look nice.
Add heated seats for the passenger, and
the heating element should be wide
enough to warm the outer thighs.
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