1992 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP 3.4 litre V6 from North America
Great car, many small problems, but worth the hassle
The exhaust rattles.
Leather seats are quickly breaking apart.
The air conditioner is leaking water.
124,000 miles, had to replace the wheel bearings.
Loud noises when sitting in the rear bucket seats, whenever a bump is hit.
Digital compass keeps getting reset by the new CD player installed.
Eats up oil in 2,000 miles.
Needs tune-up every 10,000 miles.
Engine mounts are bad, so far have replaced one, and it slipped off from the torque.
Oxygen sensor needed replacing at 116,000 miles.
For the most part, this car has been really good for me. I have not had any major damage done, and it seems to take a beating. When the car is driven carefully enough, it is really good on gas. It has enough power to overtake any car with quickness.
The 245/50/16's with the cross laced gold rims are perfect for this car. Mixed with the Rally tuned suspension, it takes the corners with little trouble. The body is holding steady, and there is very little body roll.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 28th September, 2004