2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP 4dr Sedan (5.3L 8cyl 4A)
Just bought the new GXP, my first Pontiac. Have had Chevy, Geo, Nissan's, Toyota, and Mazda before. This by far is the slickest, most powerful, fun to drive, and packed with the most features for the money. This one came fully loaded with everything except navigation system. The driver and passenger seats are very soft and comfortable and can be positioned in numerous ways. Dual climate climate control is nice. Radio automatically adjust for sound as you speed up or slow down. The V-8 will cut off 4 cylinders once you get to cruising speed to save gas mileage. This puppy gets about 27 MPG on the highway which is nice for a V-8 with 303 hp.
Monsoon stereo, satallite radio, great gutteral sound of the V-8, F-1 style paddle shifters, windshield projection of MPH, direction, radio/satellite channel so you can keep your eyes on the road, most of all the performance.
Update the look of the radio/AC control area and function buttons, kind of plastic looking but really not bad as the rest of the interior is beautiful.
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