Bought this car with 91k miles in
excellent condition for only $2k.
Mechanical quality is very good,
however interior workmanship is very
weak. All plastic parts are loose and
tolerances appear to be plus or minus
about an inch... definately not up to
japanese standards. But good looking
and cheap and seemingly reliable.
Inexpensive, good styling.
Incredibly poor interior materials and
My car had 122k on it when I bought it
and ran and looked brand new. I have
the "Special Edition" package, which
basically is the paint, wheels and
sound system, and the stickers. The
only problem I have ever had with any
of my Grand Prix's has been
alternators. I have put one in every GP
I've owned (except this one, knock on
wood). Other than that, it's a great
ride. It's my sexy car!
I LOVE the buttons on the steering
wheel. I also love the fact that it is
sporty, but still roomy inside
(especially for a two-door). I also
love how the car handles -- it owns the
road!! This car has made me a loyal
Pontiac owner for life!
Pontiac needs to re-evaluate the
electrical system... other than that, I
have no complaints...
This car has been a pleasure to own,
other than alternator failure times
three. I've heard similar stories from
other Grand Prix owners. Perhaps
Pontiac needs to address the electrical
system. Having heads up (a/k/a eye Q)
has spoiled me for any car that lacks
that option. Upgrading the tires to
Toyas much improved cornering and
quieted the ride.