2002 Pontiac Grand Prix Consumer Review: Pontiac: two words you lose

2002 Pontiac Grand Prix - Consumer Review

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GT Sedan (3.8L V6 4-speed Automatic)

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Pontiac: two words you lose
By GTtoGTO on


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


when i first bought my GP it had 106K on it and now currently has 184K the performance even with the N/A 3.8 is very adequate and can only be better from the aftermarket. I've had a few issues over the last 4 years with it needed a new sway bar, steering rack, shocks, head gasket, intake gaskets. I've had many vehicles with far less miles on them and far more problems. Even after it all the car was worth fixing the amount of fun the car offers far out weights the cost(did the repairs myself cost about $1200). I live in central new york and the car has no rust Amazing! it has hooked me on Pontiacs forever hopefully the car will last that long because Pontiac no longer exists if you can buy 1

Best Features

seat heaters great on your back after a long days work. handling and acceleration to make the thought of a long day fade away. massive interior space great for road trips.

Worst Features

why they never made a manual I'll never know. can't think of anything. why aren't you people buying these cars, they're great.
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