Pros: powerful V6 engine, steering/handling, ride
Cons: small backseat
I like my Grand Prix! I've had it for a month now. Initially there were a few maintenance problems, but thy were all covered under warranty. The Grand Prix's appearance is edgy and sporty, but it also blends in with it's practical look. Performance is the best part about this car! It's a true sports sedan. The Grand Prix has a powerful and refined V6 engine! It has great acceleartion and passing power. There is ample power for the average person. It handles like a sports car. Inside, you will find a roomy and comfortable interior, except for the backseat which is a little tight. The controls are user-friendly enough and the guages are big, attractive and light up in a "fiery" red at night! I would higly reccommend the Grand Prix for those who want a sporty and practical sedan with good performance.
Grand Prix GTP
Ozman_15 - North Carolina11/21/2006
I bought my car 6 months ago and I have loved it from the first day I bought it. The GTP model is full of features. It has plenty of power and descent gas mileage 28mpg on my trip from southern Florida to NW North Carolina. The main thing is I was comfortable in the car for the 13 hour road trip. With me being 6'4 this is quite an accomplishment, especially with two passengers both sleeping in the back seat for half the trip. With plenty of power to spare I don't hesitate when it comes to passing a slow moving vehicle on a two lane road. This is a great car for the money. My next car will probably be another Grand Prix
night rider - maryland12/20/2006
excellent car for the money, the ride comfort, the look of a sports car. this car has excellent acceleration. it is also good on gas unlike others in its class.
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