1993 Pontiac Grand Am GT 3.3 V6 from North America
In my opinion, as sporty as you can get without buying a T-top Camaro or a Vette
The only thing that was wrong with the car is the driver side window engine went out, but I snickered the dealer into fixing it before I bought it. I also heard a vibrating sound in the engine. After taking it to a friend of mine who is a top of the line mechanic, he found that the rubber piece under the engine mount was worn, allowing the engine mount to vibrate at odd times, such as on a straight flat road, yet when you hit a few potholes in a row you don't hear it.
This is my first car. As I was driving my parents 96 5.2 V8 Grand Cherokee Laredo to get used to driving, I found that after I got in the Grand Am GT with a 3.3 V6, that it had a lot more power to the punch. The Cherokee would take time to even pick up in RPMs, where the Grand AM would shoot up in RPMs and shift right away. Very responsive car, I'm very happy with it.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 16th September, 2002