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2003 Grand Prix by An MSN Autos Consumer on 02/23/2011. Trim: 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix GT Sedan, Owned 2 years.
Pros: Handles and accelerates well. Great heating and A/C. Body style and interior. Gas mileage.
Cons: Limited space. Transmission doesnt register its in park so it wont allow you to remove keys from time to time without playing with it. Interior is nice though seats do lack comfort when on longer road trips (4-5 hours).
Overall review: Really it is a great car. I would make minor adjustments but overall I wouldnt trade it.
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Bad Car by 2nd Camry owner on 04/22/2003. Trim: 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP Sedan, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: The looks sort of
Cons: Unrefined 1950s pushrod engine. Noisy, rough ride. Low quality interior that starts falling apart within few months. I am suprised some people actually buy these cars. Horrendous reliability record according Consumer Report.
Overall review: There are so many better alternatives like Nissan Maxima, VW Passat, Accord, Camry, Mazda6, even the Ford Taurus.
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Best of Both Worlds! by Shameless1222 on 01/18/2009. Trim: 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP Sedan, Owned 2 years.
Pros: Nice sleek/sporty look. Practically problem free, very comfortable and roomy with a large trunk. Best car i've ever owned. Ridicolous amount of features for a GM car, this car is loaded!
Cons: Gas mileage is not that great. I think the most i ever got was 25-27mpg on the highway with cruise control on and using premium gasoline. Goes through tires quicker than I would like. Wish the passenger seat was also heated. Rear doors freeze very easily in winter.
Overall review: Perfect car for someone who wants a sleek and sporty like car, but needs a more realistic family like car. It's like the best of both worlds. Best car i've ever owned and driven for that matter. My mother has a 2003 Jaguar and that is the most uncomfortable car ever i comparison to this GTP Supercharged wonder by Pontiac!! A MUST OWN at some point in your life.
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a great car. by glenda from mississippi on 06/06/2006. Trim: 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix GT Sedan, Owned 2 years.
Pros: i like the way the car drives and the gas mileage since i commute to work daily. this car gets better gas mileage than any 4 cylinder i have owned, it is very comfortable too.
Cons: probably the road noise.
Overall review: this car is great| i will probably stay with the grand prix because of its dependability and comfort and performance.
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Classy Ride by Ocean Springs, Mississippi on 01/24/2004. Trim: 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix GT Sedan, Owned 1 year.
Pros: I love this car. I upgraded from a 2000 Dodge Neon to this. What a wonderful change. The handling, power, styling everything I love. It still has that old school classic styling and lines, it has not reached the new bubble, buggy eyed kinda of styling seen in most of the newer vehicles, and the 3.8 V6 well they have been proving themselves for years.
Cons: I do wish the seats were a little softer. We took a 1000 mile road trip in this vehicle and the seats were a little rough. However, this car is still almost new so it may take some time to get the seats broke in a little better.
Overall review: I would def. say buy it. It has a nice classy feel with a peformance touch as well. My brother and I both have Pontiac Grand Prix's and we would tell anyone they are great cars to have.
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