1995 Pontiac Grand Am GT coupe from North America
If you want to throw away your money and be stranded somewhere, buy this car.
In the first 1 1/2years I had the car the alternator went out 4 times. I had to get the car towed from numerous places because it just stopped working.
The transmission went out 2 1/2 years after I had the car.
The vehicle had the front and back brakes replaced twice.
The car also got towed when the starter went out.
The front speakers blew out a month after I got the car.
The car has had numerous batteries and belts.
The paint was faded really bad on the sides where the grooves are.
This past year the air conditioner went out and when I took it in the shop and to fix the problem would have cost over $600.
Shortly after this the car would not start unless you ran the engine while trying to start it. The car also dies sometimes at stop lights and signs.
The keys got stuck in the ignition at least 5 times and would sometimes not come out for a few days.
The car was the biggest waste of money. Luckily I had a warranty for three years.
The final trade in for the car was $1400. I payed probably 15,000 for the car not mentioning how much was put into fixing it.
The car was roomy and comfortable, but non reliable.
I would never buy a Pontiac again and would strongly recommend never to pay even a dime for this car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 25th August, 2003