7th Apr 2008, 22:49
Interesting. I'm a very big guy and drive the smaller Pontiac Grand Am. I find it plenty spacious. I've driven several 2007 Grand Prixs and find the interiors to be HUGE. Are you unable to find the seat adjustments?
22nd Apr 2008, 16:05
I have a 2004 Grand Prix GT2 right now and granted, when I bought the car I only had 1 child and now have 3. But even before the two little ones, I found the backseat space very limited. One of the perks were the 90 degree back doors and come to find that it just doesn't cut it. My teenage son still is not comfortable in the back and he is not big. Also having issues now with a hard shift. I know that this will be my last Pontiac. Just praying to make it another month to turn it back in!
19th Aug 2008, 16:58
Wow, did you forget to test drive it before you bought it? If you do not like it, then why would you buy it? Obviously, someone does not own one! Our 07 Grand Prix was amazing until the day it died saving my life in a head on collision. And guess what replaced it!
21st Nov 2008, 17:47
I test drove several 2007 Grand Prixs before buying a 2007 Mustang. My observations on the Grand Prix were that it was considerably slower than my 4-cylinder 2001 Grand Am. The ride was harsher than the Grand Am, and the price was higher than my loaded Mustang.
26th Mar 2009, 10:57
I agree the 2001 four cylinder Grand Am is quick, but having owned one for the past 5 years; and then replacing it with a Grand Prix, the Grand Prix is a lot faster. It does not take very long to react either, whereas the Grand Am would react a bit slower, but no surprise, it was a Twin Cam engine. so more power is made at the high end of the rev's.
But never would I say that the Grand Am is faster than the Grand Prix. Although I did test drive one that it was faster than, but I think that one was having problems. I am not bashing you; even if it sounds like it, I agree the Grand Am is a fast car for its size, but the Grand Prix is a huge improvement. I also wish you luck with your Mustang; I love them and always wish I could get one, but I need the four doors for work.
25th Feb 2010, 12:11
I am 6'3", 250lbs and own a 2007 Grand Prix that I drive 300 miles a week. It has more front seat room than the Accord or Camry I test drove, and I have never found it cramped.