1989 Pontiac Grand Prix SE 3.1 from North America
Near the end if it's life, I'm afraid, it will be missed when it finally kicks the bucket
Passenger-side wheel spindle had to be replaced at 155000.
Air Conditioning is non-functional, so I use the windows.
The clear-coat for the paint is peeling horribly.
Rear brakes need replacement, but they cost a lot!
Front brakes changed at 150000 miles, even though it cost a lot. (Hey, I needed some brakes...)
Cruise control inoperable, haven't looked into it.
Crankcase position sensor went out at 165000, cheap to replace, but a pain to diagnose.
Interior upholstery looks horrible.
Bought used for a mere thousand dollars. Worth every penny, even if maintenance is a bit high.
The 11-way power-adjustable driver's seat is really cool, it still works like a charm and really makes driving a comfortable experience.
It still has some zip left in it, and it gets very nice economy (25 miles per gallon), considering how many miles it has.
The redundant radio controls located on the steering wheel are super-cool.
Although it only seats four, it seats four comfortably.
The interior noise level is a bit high.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 14th January, 2002