2006 Pontiac Grand Prix Consumer Review: Salesman's Car

2006 Pontiac Grand Prix Sedan - Consumer Review

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By pakeane on


2006 Pontiac Grand Prix 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)


Test drove the ususal mid-size imports along with the GP, after crunching the numbers the GP provides much more value for your dollar. Base drivetrain miles ahead of base imports. Ample torque across powerband. Purchased for a salesman who travels 20k+ each year in the car (in addition to countless miles via air). Fair city mileage with good highway mileage and manners. Dont be affraid of domestic cars based on that crappy 1987 Oldsmoford you owned. While maybe not as refined as the other options on the market, this is surley a solid car at an attractive price point.

Best Features

Attractive styling in a sea of plain- jane sedans. Overall selling price (even better with current GM discounting) Remote start which automatically turns on A/C in summer and defrost in winter.

Worst Features

Brakes- Marginal stopping power, poor pedal feel. Rotors flash rust after few hours of sitting. Stereo- DIN size would be apprecieated to ease the installation of aftermarket head unit (factory upgraded unit not worth asking price) Head room- I am 6'3 and have little to no clearance
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