2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GT 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)
The car offers more performance, comfort and luxury features than anything else in its size range. GM's financing made it our lease a "steal" and we'll be back for another one in 3 years. BTW, our other car is a 2003 Grand Am GT 2-dr that offers sportiness at a low price. It ain't a performance car, but it sure gives good value for the money!
Full power, remote starter, reliable, proven V-6, even if it's a pushrod type. Love the leather interior and heated seats as well, together with the security of OnStar.
V-8 option in the future. And get rid of the silly paddles in the GTP. That's an unnecessary gimmick in an honest sedan.
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