1989 Pontiac Grand Prix Coupe 2.8 Litre V6 from North America
One of GM's Best!
Digital speedometer worked intermittently when I bought the car, replaced it with one from a wrecking yard ($50.00), no problems since. Oil seal leak needed repair (300.00). Fuel pump replaced ($90.00 for pump; I installed it myself).
For such a high mileage car, it runs, drives, and looks great. Styling still looks contemporary. Uses virtually no oil. Excellent handling and good power. Very comfortable; no rattles. Totaling the purchase price and mentioned repairs, I only have about $1500.00 in this car. I have owned newer cars, but this is my favorite. My next car will be another Grand Prix!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 15th July, 2004