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Customer Review Summary for 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix
2006 Pontiac Grand PrixRaptor - Rocklin, CA06/05/2012
I would recommend that anyone who would like to purchase a GXP pay very close attention to the transmission. When GM decided to slap a 5.3 V8 into the Grand Prix, they did not incorporate a transmission that could withstand the additional torque. The transmission in the GXP is the same transmission that is a part of the V6 driveline. It is not at all uncommon for these transmissions to go out in the 50k to 75k range. If you purchase a GXP, buy breakdown insurance. You will need it. Otherwise, be prepared to spend $3000 for a rebuilt transmission.
I Love Grand Prix
2006 Pontiac Grand PrixMs Grand Prix - Chicago, IL07/29/2007
This is a great car....i rented it 1 time now this is the only car i like to be in and drive in....the MPG is not that good,its a gas eater but other then that it drives good it, looks good, and it sounds good....the speakers are great to.
2006 Pontiac Grand PrixCar Person - Los Angeles, Singapore11/22/2007
I drove this into Salt Lake City and it was a very had to drive veichle. The controls were okay such as turning. However one acclerating you must push the medal really hard.
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