1998 Pontiac Grand Prix Consumer Review: Worth the money

1998 Pontiac Grand Prix Sedan - Consumer Review

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Worth the money
By Drew Walen on


1998 Pontiac Grand Prix GT 4dr Sedan


I really enjoy my Grand Prix, but have
to say that as I've neared 100,000
miles, it has more and more little
things breaking down. Temp
sensors, ABS sensors, an oil light
sensor that won't shut off, LED
windshield display fades in and out,
shift knob broke off, mirror joystick
slipped into the door jam, backing
plates, and now some strange
whirring noise that I can't figure out.
Up until recently, this was my dream
car. Now, it's simply a good used car
with some issues. For power,
comfort, style and extras, this car
was a hit. Just wish it held together a
bit better.

Best Features

Great acceleration, tight feel, very responsive. Neat extras when they work.

Worst Features

Stronger interior features and extras that didn't break down or break up. Better gas mileage, floor mats that had anchors so they don't slide everywhere, bigger opening to get to trunk space.
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