1994 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP 3.4L DOHC 24 Valve V6 from North America
Stay clear of 3.4 liter DOHC GM engines
The big thing was the engine blew at 100,000 miles.
The left side rotors on the brakes warped.
This car sticks to the road like a rug.
A fairly quick car, the K&N air filter was a good performance upgrade.
Very comfortable car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 5th February, 2001
3rd May 2001, 20:36
I too own a 1994 GTP Grand Prix. It is currently at 86,000 miles. I love this car!! It's 7 years old and it's still an eye catcher. I added nothing to it except an alternator replacement. I'll have to try the K&N air filter but the power is nothing near one to complain about. The one thing that worries me is that when I accelerate the engine hesitates when it is cold, then I get a thrust of power. I have no idea what is causing this. Other than that, I don't see many cars I'd rather have.
25th Apr 2003, 22:21
I have a 94 GTP as well and it has the K&N air filter, it was like 20 bucks and made a world of difference for me. It's a nice car although repairs are somehwat expensive and the cladding is a little tacky. People complain about the 3.4 motor, but I've had no problems with it other than routine stuff and my car has 130,000 on it. the honeycomb wheels are impossible to clean though, get the 5 spoke ones if you can!
28th Sep 2004, 18:42
I have a 1994 GTP with a 3.4 DOHC. I just replaced the timing belt. It now has 108.000kms. no problems I love it.