2003 Pontiac Grand Prix
Pros: gas mileage
Cons: not enough room for familyIt is a great car and has been great
- Recommend this vehicle to a friend? Yes
- How long have you owned this vehicle? 5 years
2003 Pontiac Grand Prix - GT
Pros: very confortable seats
Cons: Do not like the tail lites
Advice: Do not buy the GTP, a lot of money for 40 HPThe Grand Prix is a very sound car, a bit firm on riding confort, over all a quality car(paint,finish,etc
2003 Pontiac Grand Prix - GT
Pros: The 3.8 (3800 series motor), the performance is great , fuel economy is impressive, reliability and durability speak for themselves( outstanding).
Cons: The headrest , 1 inch forward would be ideal for me.
Advice: Test drive other desired vehicles first , then buy this.I had every intention of buying a Japanese luxury sedan. I was sickend by the inferior American product that I currently own,(Found On Road Dead, Fix Or Repair Daily)Ford F-150.This vehicle is an absolute money pit.It is a bad consumer product marriage between it and I.The sensors are always going,1 every six months on average.The front right tire has exessive wear, due to a horrible twin I-beam front suspention.The only good points are the 4.9(300 ci.)motor, and the heavy duty fleet auto. transmission and suspention that came with it. I finally got rid of my Honda Prelude 2.0si with 192,000 miles. I had no problems with that vehcle.I test drove the `00 Maxima SE,`00 Infinity I30T,`01 Mazda 626SE and then a 2000 Pontiac Bonnaville SSEI and finally the vehicle that I bought. The 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix Gt Coupe.This car is a very good product, especialy for the price.I researched this vehicle extensively. The G.P has lots of trunk space, it would be nice if the rear seat folded down verses a small pass through door for my skis. There is lots of passenger compartment space, 5 adults comfotably.The traction control is a great feature, the onstar system and onboard computer are appreciated bonuses.I drive about 800 miles a week, and these seats are very comfortable, driver seat is powered.The acceleration of the G.P put the Bonneville SSEI to shame, the Bonneville is supercharged with the same 3.8 motor. I find myself going into cuves on highway ramps very confident and secure with the Grand Prix GT suspention,I don`t want to incriminate myself with the ramp speeds. The fuel economy is very close to that of my former Honda Prelude 19 city, 29 highway. The 4 wheel disc brakes are an exellent match for this vehicle, they perform very well. The fuel economy,3.8 motor and the price are main reasons that I purchased this American, not Japanese product.I rate this product at 8.5 from 1 to 10, 10 is the best rating.Drive it, buy it and enjoy it. P.S.:fight for the purchase price, I did and enjoy this product more and more with more time and miles that I add in it.