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2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT1Review
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Still Turning Heads. — This car exceeded my expectations. To put it plainly, this vehicle is a beast! It runs extremely smooth and quiet, but don't mistake smooth and quiet for weakness... it is a very powerful vehicle. No problems passing on the freeways. There have never been smokers in the vehicle so the overall look, smell and feel of the interior has been preserved quiet nicely. Beyond, minor wear and tear, there have been no major malfunctions with this vehicle. Whatever the usage is, this vehicle is equipped to handle accommodate it.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Stylish design. Comfortable seating. Smooth and powerful ride. Very reliable.

Cons: No auxiliary audio port.

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2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GTPReview
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Sporty And Fun — This car can really make your heart throb when you lay down the pedal. You remember the old Pontiac slogan, "We build excitement"? Well, there is plenty of excitement in the GTP series. Great for a new driver who wants to feel like he/she has something sporty.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: If you don't care so much about up to date technology, but love what a car has under the hood, then this car rocks.  The GTP is a V6 supercharged beast!  I like to call it the poor man's Vette.  It has a power sunroof, tire pressure sensors, info center, AM/FM/CD.  Oh, and did I mention a growling motor!?  I have only had to replace the alternator once, which was an easy do-it-yourself job, and a thermostat.  Another easy job.  

Cons: Low tech inside.  However, it does have power seats, delay power locks, info center including tire pressure sensors.  It does not have navigation, Bluetooth, XM, or remote start, but not many cars did back then.  Although some Grand Prix of this year had a HUD, this one does not.  The tires are a bit steep in price as this car requires a sporty tire.  Not the best on gas with that darn supercharger, maybe around 18-20 mpg. But hey, this was a 2004 car, when gas was still cheap!

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2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GTPReview
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Gtp -got The Power — Overall this is a well balanced car, speed, looks, comfort. Acceleration is very good for a mid sized car, it will get moving in a hurry. There is plenty of trunk space and front leg room for taller drivers. The heated seats really come in handy during the winter time.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Lots of power and handling is great. Front seats are some of the best I've ever sat in.

Cons: No rear cupholders.

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2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT1Review
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Reliable — Loved this car at first sight! I bought this car brand new and have not had any problems with it. This car has style, space, power and everything a great quality car should have. I can only hope to find a bigger family car that I Love just as much!

Pros: Everything!

Cons: Wish I could fit three car seats

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2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT2Review
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Sharp — It has been a great car! I have had zero issues with it since I bought it, just regular oil changes and tires! Very comfortable and good for long trips. Has a 3.8 engine so it moves pretty good for me!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Sleek lines, good gas mileage, great car overall

Cons: It is hard to get our child in and out of the carseat in the back.

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2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GTPReview
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A Good Bang For Your Buck — great car with minor problems, not expensive and easy to do yourself. good for all times of the year, and a family of 1 to 5 can fit comfortably. its a sleeper that most people don't expect the super-charged grand prix to blow by them.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: a great car at a good price

Cons: monsoon sound system

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2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT2Review
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Great Everyday Car — Performance wise this car is not a superfast sports car, but it is adequate for daily driving for the commute to work and for long trips. The Build Quality is on par with most american cars of its time and actually has a decent look to it. Overall the car is a great looking car, sporty looks combined with luxury set this car in the range of the Germans. TCO of this car is pretty low, no major issues or headaches can be said for mine. The Car can be fun to drive at any time, during the winter with snow on the ground, spring with rain and summer with heat, it performs well in all environments.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: The comfortable driver-friendly cockpit is something that is missing from a lot of the newer cars where its a sea of buttons, levers and paddles. The Seats are very comfortable and can keep you comfortable on long trips. The Car warms up and cools down quickly and will keep its temperature very easily.

Cons: The Backseat room is less to be desired for taller people or if you want to haul something with the seats folded down. Its impossible to have the rear seats folded down and the front seats near the far back position. The use of the cheaper black plastic bits on the radio console really kind of mess with the whole overall look of the car.

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2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GTPReview
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Yeah — This car rides beautifully, looks great is easy to maintain, easy to mod, was priced fairly is sporty and economical for a 4 door vehicle. the monsoon stereo is a great addition though i would have liked to have had the BOSE still in them. overall this car is badass!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Ride, styling, and the L32

Cons: nothing

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2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GTPReview
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Untouchable — Gorgeous styling, superior handling, exceptional power, and a sound that makes Honda owners run and hide. Definitely not your average grocery getter. Just ask all the LS1 owners that know what my tail lights look like :). Quite simply its a Fully Built, Blacked Out MONSTER!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Cobra Killer

Cons: Going fast gets EXPENSIVE!

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2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT2Review
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If They Were Available, I'd Buy A New Pontiac Today. Have Owned Many Of Them. — Great looking machine. Acceleration is adequate but I prefer the supercharged version (as found on my 1999 GTP). Brake quality is very good + and handling is good. The blower motor had to be replaced at 58k. Car has required no other repairs. Exterior styling is superb but needs more pizzazz in dashboard appearance. The car gets 21 mpg city and 29 mpg hwy. Cost of ownership has been more than acceptable. Overall, the car is a pleasure to drive.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Reliability and good gas mileage.

Cons: No reason to avoid this machine!

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Reviews From Other Years

2008 Pontiac Grand Prix Reviews

Review By Guru98TV7Y

The back passenger side window doesnt go down, theres a large dent in the back door on the drivers side, there are no side view mirrors; one is just missing the mirror out the frame, the other side is... Read More

Review By Kathy

I think that it is a great car and it has all the features that I would like. Read More

2007 Pontiac Grand Prix Reviews

Review By Kimberly

Yes its a good value. It doesnt need anything else. Read More

Review By Robert

Basic model. Ran great for the first 4 years. Had issues with the lights. Was told in a recall that the fuse harness has to be replaced. But it was one fuse so I bent the contacts out to make a connec... Read More

2006 Pontiac Grand Prix Reviews

Review By Btweety245

It is ok and the car is in good condition Read More

Review By Ki'mani

i think this car is a great to use but horrible but also one more thing always have gas when in a 2006 pontiac grand prix if speedmoniter on red or gas light on the car will turn off. Read More

2005 Pontiac Grand Prix Reviews

Review By Harry

My Pontiac Gran Prix had 237,000 miles on it and ran fantastic until a snow plow totalled it. The V6 will run forever. 200 horsepower is more than enough! About 23 mpg combined. Read More

Review By Guru9H6JS2

The 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix is both a capable machine and performer. The low stance and Wide Track design helps keep the car stable in adverse road conditions. This all comes together nicely when... Read More

2003 Pontiac Grand Prix Reviews

Review By Guru98QC85

Car won’t start it will turn over but will not run changed fuel pump relays camshaft crank shaft position sensor it has gas in it but no power to the fuel pump. Read More

Great Purchase. Easy On The Eyes. Nice For Driving Around. By Paulie6588

I love cruising around in my car and the feel of it just seems right to me. It makes me happy and relieves a lot of stress when I start it up and let it idle. Taking it out on the road is a benefici... Read More

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