1993 Pontiac Grand Prix LE 3.1 V6 from North America
Reliable and fast for a family car
Leaked oil and transmission fluid (1).
This is the first car I have ever owned and I love it, for how many miles are on my car it still runs like it just rolled out of the dealership. Of course it helps when you take care of it and don't feed it cheap gas, I always put 89 octane in, it seems to help its life.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 16th November, 2000
1993 Pontiac Grand Prix SE 3.1 MPFI from North America
Just another american junk car
Front brakes have been changed.
Air conditioning seized working (it is charged).
Makes a squeaking noise at the front in reverse.
Alternator doesn't charge the battery in low rpm.
Paint peeled off from the driver's side door.
Left door handle broken.
There is a hissing sound from the engine (either stripped sparkplugs or the head gasket).
Speakers wore out bad (been replaced with JBLs).
Eear brakes don't seem to work good.
American cars are poor quality since 1969, and they still are in 2000. I will never buy an American car unless the car companies prove that they can build a car which beats the Japanese car makers, not on price, but quality and reliability.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 15th August, 2000
9th Dec 2000, 09:55
Thanks for the posting, I know exactly what you mean. I own a 92 Grand Prix SE, and it has been nothing but trouble at only 80,000 miles. I have replaced both door handles, the alternator 4 times, 2 batteries, a maf sensor, catalytic converter, and water pump. I most definitely will never by another Pontiac.