2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl S/C 4A)
This vehicle has all the power and sporty style a driver requires. The front seats are very comfortable. The controls are very easy to use but plain. The rear seat certainly could have more leg room considering how deep the trunk is in this vehicle. The truck is almost too large. The superchager certainly moves this vehicle and without premium gas. I have owned a 2002 Grand Prix GT and have NO repairs or warranty work. The sporty style is what I wanted and still remains true in the 2005. The interior is plain and cheatly made, the overhead garage door compartment has been broken and is currently held together with tape. I do not plan on paying $50+ to replace it. Inc. Interior Qual
2005 - Supercharger, sporty style, front seats very comfortable, controls, gas mileage
Rear seat leg room (use some of the space in the trunk). Increase quality of interior
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