2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl S/C 4A)
I was amazed at the performance of the
Grand Prix GTP. The Eaton 5
Supercharger added a lot of fun to the
everyday driving I do. The four speed
automatic was amazingly smooth and the
interior is refined. Even though the
engine is pushrod actuated, it is
still more efficient, smoother, and
more fun than the Toyota V6's.
Toyota's overhead cam designs detract
from low-end torque and "everyday"
driving "gusts" that are needed to
pass on the highway. The interior
design is also simply and logically
laid out. Materials and build quality
Remote starter, sunroof, Monsoon(R)
stereo, dual zone climate control
*automatic, magnasteer steering
system, Supercharger's performance,
fit and finish.
None so far. I would say a V8, but
that is coming later this year.
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