2002 Pontiac Grand Prix Consumer Review: Fun-to-Drive Affordable 4 Door

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By JayBEE on


2002 Pontiac Grand Prix GT 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)


I purchased a 2002 GT Sedan with every
option. The GT's 3800 V6 is one of the
best engines ever built - great low end
torque, good gas mileage and legendary
reliability. Add a smooth shifting
transimission and sure footed handling,
this car eats up the road. Overall
quality fit and finish is below most
imports, but look at the price....it's
a great value. Besides, after 8 months
and 10K miles, I have had zero
problems. Looking for a sporty,
affordable 4 door that won't break the
bank ? Check out the GP.

Best Features

HUD - a great feature that should be on all vehicles. Styling - Galaxy Silver with 5 spoke Silver/Alum. wheels is sharp. Radio controls on steering wheel. Separte AC and Heat controls. Bose stereo. Overall performance and handling. Good gas mileage.

Worst Features

Seats not that comfortable on long drives. Needs power seats/lumbar and heat on passeger side. Make On-Star opt. and reduce price. Cheap plastic interior. Small cup holders. Digital climate controls. Range for remote key fob is ridiculously short.
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