2007 Pontiac Grand Prix Consumer Review: All the benefits, none of the

2007 Pontiac Grand Prix - Consumer Review

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Base Sedan (3.8L V6 4-speed Automatic)

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All the benefits, none of the expense
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2007 Pontiac Grand Prix 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)


We just purchased this Grand Prix, and so far have nothing but positives to say about it. And I'm a die hard Japanese car buyer. But, after speaking with many Grand Prix owners, researching and test driving, we took the step to domestic. We've met many owners with mileage well into the 100,000k, many over 150,000k, on model years '03 forward, with little if no problems. Ride is fantastic, corners like a pro, with little "roll". Interior comfort excellent, quite and well mannered on the road. Acceleration is excellent, and we're getting 28 to 30 on these mountain roads of SW Virginia, which by the way, the car does very well in the snow and ice. We kept our "Subie" as a second car

Best Features

Great standard features. The car has everything you could need in addition to the "creature" comforts (Value). "Sporty" handling, driver ergonomics. Passenger seat-excellent leg and head room. Where most cars seem to forget about that seat's comfort/positioning. Dusk sensing headlamps.

Worst Features

Outside temp gauge, mpg added to readouts.
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