1991 Pontiac Grand Prix Consumer Review: sweet car for its time

1991 Pontiac Grand Prix - Consumer Review

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SE Coupe (2.3L 4-cyl.)

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sweet car for its time
By Ralliartist on


1991 Pontiac Grand Prix SE 2dr Coupe


I bought this car as a junior in
college and it's still going strong.
With all the pocket rockets that my
friends have, this heavy beast (over
4000 lbs.) has what it takes to keep
up with the rest. It's got great
acceleration and a sweet looking
stock body kit, especially for it's time!
The only thing i don't like are the
sucky brakes and the fact that it's a
standard. Also, the exhaust likes to
rust and the fuel pump went at 150k.

Best Features

The best thing about this car is that combined with the 16 inch tires and 3.1 V6, this thing passes SUVs on mountain roads in the middle of the winter! That definitely proved this car worthy for me!

Worst Features

The brakes like to heat up after excessive use (like around mountains). An option for a standard tranny for that model would have been nice (downshifting works wonders).
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