2005 Pontiac Grand PrixRaelene - Pinon, Arizona11/25/2008
My husband travels to work, sometimes 1,ooo miles or more. We had been looking at the Grand Prix because of the style. We needed a car that gets good gas mileage and that is comfortable for long drives. All of our needs have been met. We LOVE our Grand Prix.
2006 Pontiac Grand Prixconehead - Wisconsin12/12/2007
This car is classy, and yet sporty. It has a huge trunk, and a lot of custom settings; which I love! I've purchased 2 Grand amms new, and one used; and I thought I liked them. I didn't know what I was missing!
Great car but noisy
2007 Pontiac Grand PrixCyllakjaw - Fayetteville, NC03/28/2011
Everything about this car is awesome. The handling, power, comfort. The only thing that is problematic is that the electrical system was not wired correctly. Even when the car is completely off, I can still hear electrical buzzing coming from the speakers. Eventually it will stop after something behind the dash seemingly turns off. Also, the electrical outlets in the car cause interference with the radio when used. Other than those things the car is everything i needed and wanted.
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