2005 Pontiac Grand Prix
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- Power, Gas mileage, Heating system, Performance
- Seats a bit uncomfortable on long drives
The GP is the last car I would have considered buying, but a Fusion Orange model caught my eye and even then I thought nice color and thought about it no further.
I wandered around the lot some what aimlessly at first. I knew I couldn't do another 4 cyl. I decided I had nothing to lose so I test drove the GP.
Wow!!! I couldn't believe this was a North American car. The handling, performance, fit and finish came as a shock. I bought it three weeks.
My only con is with the front seats not being as comfortable as other vehicles I've owned, but other than that what an impressive car. Well done GM. I phone the Nissan dealership and passed on the Altima I had selected too buy....read morehide
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- Great style, Relatively roomy interior, Fun to drive.
- none comes to mind.
I have ad this car for a couple of weeks now. i must say it has by far surpassed my expectations. I have a 2005 GP w/ 20 inch chrome wheels.
I was looking for an affordable, sporty car with some matured sophistication. I had no idea i would end up with a GP. I was looking at accord, passat, maxima. i ended up catching a glimpse of a 2005 poniac grand prix, i was really impressed w/ the new style and lines. suttle changes made a huge difference to me. i test drove the vehicle and immidiately new it was the car for me. feels comfortable like a buick lesabre w/ a much more sports car look.
I am extremely happy with my purchase and would highly recommend this car to anyone looking for a car in this class and price range....read morehide
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