1998 Pontiac Grand Prix GT Coupe 3.8 V6 from North America
Good car that can take a beating
The typical Grand Prix things have gone wrong.
The power windows went out right after the warranty was up. (Dealer wouldn't do anything.)
The headlight fogs up. (One was replaced due to accident.)
The display on the stereo broke.
The belt tensioner froze up.
I recently replaced the alternator, battery, and water pump.
This car is a very good size and sure can take a beating.
As a result it has had over six thousand dollars worth of body work and survived being hit by an idiot driving a semi running a red light, a drunk backing into it with a Buick Lesabre, and the latest, two stupid potheads backing into it with a Bronco.
This car is very affordable to maintain and still looks good aside from the normal dents and dings.
The car has very good performance and surprisingly enough it is pretty comfortable.
At just over $23,000, the Grand Prix was a little pricey, but then again what car isn't?
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 25th February, 2003