2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GT 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)
The car's looks and amazing versatility make this a vehicle that should stand out, especially for a sports sedan. What other vehicle in its class can boast being able to store a 10-foot 2x4, PVC tubing, or a Kayak inside the vehicle with all doors closed? The suspension meets a fine balance between sportiness and confort, while the acceleration is enough to arouse a the Indy racer in all of us. The Grand Prix is certainly a far cry from the midsized coups of yore and is a great utility vehicle and road cruiser. I am happier with my purchase every day that I drive it. I've yet to find a dislike.
All the bells and whistles stand out to make this car a fun cruising vehicle with unparalleled versatility. Fold- flat seats (rear 60/40 and front passenger) and a HUGE trunk make this possible. The near-90 degree swing-out rear doors are exceptionally cool.
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