2003 Pontiac Grand Prixpontiac11 - Milwaukee,WI07/17/2010
I just got my pontiac....and I luv it, it drives great and look amazing.. the only down side is that the a/c motor blow a day after i got it...besides that the car is amazing!!!!!!!!!
Great Car, Great Price
2001 Pontiac Grand PrixMontroseguy - Houston, TX12/05/2006
I was skeptical when I first saw this 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix on the lot, it's exterior looked great, the price was great and after a test drive was amazed on how smooth it drove.
MY BEST CAR YET
2005 Pontiac Grand PrixMRS.P GRIFFIN - HOUSTON,TX04/30/2008
OUT OF ALL MY CARS THIS IS THE BEST ONE SO FAR. THE DRIVE IS NICE AND SMOOTH. THE INSIDE IS SO-SO ROOMIE, ME AND MY HUSBAND ARE BIG PEOPLE AND WE GET ALL THE ROOM WE NEED IN OUR GRAND PRIX. I WOULDN'T TRADE THIS CAR AT ALL.I LOVE MY 2005 GRAND PRIX. I KNOW ME AND MY FAMILY WILL BE BUYING MORE OF GRAND PRIX.
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