1995 Pontiac Grand Prix SE 3.1 liter V6 from North America


Can't wait to try it out at my Uncle Don's Racetrack!


So far the 1995 Grand Prix has been good to me, as well as I have been good to the Grand Prix! This car is in excellent condition considering the miles and that it was in a light crash before I got it. It has plenty of power, the transmission is a little sluggish in 1st and 2nd, after that you're in race gear!

But the 1994 Grand Prix I owned was an excellent car, has very high miles, had to replace the 440 automatic transmission after 1 week of ownership, but still a excellent running car, just have major problems with the brakes - I was going through brakes every 3 months and also had a rotor disappear once!

General Comments:

1994 Grand Prix SE: Overall an excellent car, had the wiring to go bad in the transmission and caused the transmission to go bad from my neglect.

Had nightmares over my brakes, I bought new rotors and calipers for all 4 wheels and still went through brakes every 3 months.

The car has about 210,000 miles and still runs great with plenty of power and lots of comfort.

1995 Grand Prix SE: A wonderful car. This car is awesome like the 1994. I own this car, it also has a 3.1 V-6 engine with a 440 automatic transmission, both with the 2nd gear start feature. This car has a lot less miles, only has about 107,000, runs great so far, no problems!

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 28th February, 2002

28th Mar 2004, 01:55

Man I just bought a 96 Grand Prix and I am having the same problem. I put new bake brakes in cause I felt rubbin. But my dad says there is still a caliper problem. And my brake light won't go off!!! I don't know!

13th Jun 2005, 15:44

I'm glad you like your car I have a 95 grand prix SE as well. I love it too,its fast once I beat a wrx with it. watch your transmission it could go out any time I blew my transmission just after 3 months of owning it. have fun with your car.

1995 Pontiac Grand Prix SE 3.1 from North America


Cheap and nice car


The transmission has blown twice.

When I bought my car I had to replace the alternater, battery, starter, air filter and fuel filter. While I had my car I had to replace the struts and shocks, and my door lock.

General Comments:

Well my car used to be fast until my engine is slowly dying and when that goes I'll probably throw a 3.8 in and that'll smoke the tires.

I have tinted windows and a loud system.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 27th November, 2001

1995 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP 3.?? from North America




Middle console hinge busted.

Power antennae not working.

Front drivers side power window not working.

Lost the passenger side front wheel flare.

Transmission shot @ 155,000 miles.

Many brake repairs, shoes, rotors, etc... too many for the mileage.

General Comments:

This car was used but not babied. Still, way too many problems.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No

Review Date: 2nd November, 2001

24th Nov 2001, 20:41

How many miles did you think you should have gotten out of a used car transmission? I would buy another car like that one in a second!

4th Apr 2003, 16:57

A used car (and even a new one) is only what you are willing to make out of it. You have to replace all the "lowest possible quote price" parts that the production line puts on. You'd be surprised what you end up with, after you fix one up. Most likely, in the end, a very dependable, reliable, economical car. You can't take something with 100,000 miles, and expect it to be tweaked and custom. Not even new BMW's and Mercedes are trouble free. Facts of life.

13th Jan 2006, 21:50

I just bought my 95 GP GTP 211,000kms loaded all the options everything still works enigine and tranny original runs and shifts like the day it rolled outta GM!!! ALL in all a VERY awesome machine!