2003 Pontiac Grand Prix Consumer Review: So far so Good

2003 Pontiac Grand Prix Sedan - Consumer Review

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So far so Good
By Ray Schiller on


2003 Pontiac Grand Prix SE 4dr Sedan (3.1L 6cyl 4A)


I just bought this car for $5k from an individual, and so far, I love it. It runs smooth and powerful even with the 3.1. Handling is very responsive (kind of like the Camaro LT I use to have). Ride is firm and sporty. At 68K mi. it has a few minor imperfections, but hey, Ive been driving a 92 Chevy pickup with a stick for 12.5 years so this car feels like a Vette. I was glad to find out that the engine has a timing chain, no belt. Lots of fun to drive with dead straight tracking. I find myself taking the long way home. The stereo sounds great & the seats are comfortable. Overall, it's a really nice ride for not a lot of money. If you want a great car for $5 to $6k check one out.

Best Features

Handling, Ride, Tracking, Performance, Smoothness, Controls, Sound System, Comfort, Exterior (I'll always love this body style), Driving Experience!

Worst Features

It doesn't matter now...Pontiac is gone...How sad. but just for grins, the cup holders are pretty flimsy. NBD
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