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2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GTReview
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2005 Grand Prix — The car worked great, I got my license when it has 17,000 miles and two winters worth of Michigan weather on it. It functioned great for the 11 months I got to drive it, and I absolutely loved its performance and looks. A great daily driver for performance and was well worth its cost.

Pros: Handling, Speed, Acceleration

Cons: Trnasmission, Engine Drone

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2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GTReview
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Grand Prix — this car i love alot. i have twins and have room for them and me. i am 6'ft and 300 pounds. alot of room in it. also easy to work on. parts are easy to get. love this car

Pros: FAST FAST FAST

Cons: not to good in snow

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2005 Pontiac Grand Prix BaseReview
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My 05 Grand Prix — This car is absolutely beautiful. I just bought it recently, and it is still perfect on the inside. I paid about $11,000 for it, and it is worth it. Very fun to drive, but it earned me a ticket on day 7 with my license.

Pros: Beautiful, Flawless, Fast

Cons: Fast

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2005 Pontiac Grand Prix BaseReview
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My Grand Prix — I like my car alot. There's nothing really special about it, but it's nice. It's got get-up-and-go, but before I got it I drove a 4 cyl and this is a 6 cyl. I like the large gauges on the inside of the car and the digital oil life meter. It gets pretty good gas mileage for a larger car. I'd say about 27 mpg highway.

Pros: Looks Good, Drives Smooth.

Cons: Could get better gas mileage.

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2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GTPReview
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Exciting Balance Of Performance, Comfort, And Economy —

Great balance of comfort, performance, and economy. These car's (GTP or GXP) are quick and handle well for a 4 door mid/full sized car. The fuel economy is better than average for a car in this performance bracket, however, don't expect it to get hybrid like MPG. The engine is a 3800 series III which has proven itself to be one of the most reliable motors on the market. The car has a fairly stiff suspension for better cornering performance but is still very drivable for long trips (for me, it is a good balance). The interior isn't luxurious (mine has grey leather), it is designed to have a sporty performance feel and has Pontiac distinctiveness. The instrument cluster is well designed and has a mean looking red backlight. Some of the other interior elements have a cheep plastic feel but it blends in well enough with the utilitarian performance look. I find the front bucket seats to be adequately comfortable but the back seat is very cramped for a car in this class. If that is a factor for you, look at the Impala SS. Overall a good car, functional, fun to drive, maintenance and repair costs are reasonable.

Pros: Fun to drive, powerful, decent design, reliable and serviceable drivetrain, sporty but functional

Cons: cheapish interior, very low ground clearance, cramped back seat

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2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GTPReview
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Buy American! — The Base Pontiac Grand Prix 3.8L series III is not bad as most would think. THe fact is that the car gets flack as an under dog in the mod world. in fact Pontiac engines are so rare to find in its older ancestors (before 78') that pontiac just breeds rarity and thats why they are my favorite cars. Its so great to see the look on a honda/ ford owners face when i smoke them as at 120 miles per hour on the free way. its a great feeling.

Pros: Handling, speed, cold air, easy mod.

Cons: Traction control never shuts off, car weight.

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2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GTReview
Tracie writes:
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Wow!!! — Great handling, pickup, I picked up the GT2 so it's fully loaded! Performance isn't really much of an option, yet...it still contains the GM 3800 series motor. I paid $18,660 roughly for the car and it is the best thing I have owned so far! But I have a thing for silver pontiacs!!!

Pros: The entire car is great! Pontiacs are the wasy to go!

Cons: Don't really have any negatives!

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2005 Pontiac Grand Prix BaseReview
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Wouldn't Trade This Car For Anything Else. — Awesome car! Drives great, feels great, 29/31 mpg, large trunk fits all my guitar gear.

Pros: Good gas mileage, fast, dependable, roomy interior/trunk

Cons: No dual climate control in mine have had tire issues.

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2005 Pontiac Grand Prix BaseReview
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Fast, Fun Car — With this car, even the base model is really fast. I think that they tried too hard to make it perform good though, and didnt spend enough time on the interior. It has really good pickup for example if I'm gonna pass someone, and im going say 50 when i start to pass, by the time I get back over, I'm going 90 easily without even noticing.

Owner for 0 years, 3 months

Pros: Very good pickup, looks awesome, good control at high speeds.

Cons: Plastic dash, overall not too impressed with the interior.

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2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GTReview
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Grand Prix. Common Road King Or Work Of Art? — the grand prix is a fairly common car. not overly pricy, yet simple and elegent. overall, a great ride and nice for a traveling car.

Pros: rides nice, comfortable, good handling

Cons: cheap interior, little options

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2008 Pontiac Grand Prix Reviews

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2007 Pontiac Grand Prix Reviews

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2006 Pontiac Grand Prix Reviews

Review By Troy

Thus far I think it was an overall pretty decent purchase. Still trying to make it mines. But so far thank you CarGurus! Read More

Review By Guru99VT54

Sharp still in good condition pricest right and the.color Read More

2004 Pontiac Grand Prix Reviews

Love This Car By James

i love driving this car i have had 3 of them and will continue to drive them, lots of potential for upgrades overall i nice looking great handling car if you can afford to keep gas in it and dont run ... Read More

Nice Overall By Yoddy01

Nice ride. I like it because it turbos well but not too roomy for someone like me. I will surely recommend for others. It drives great and last long like the Hondas and Toyotas. I will surely buy agai... Read More

2003 Pontiac Grand Prix Reviews

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

Very Good Overall Car For Both Family And Students By Bryan

Wish the back seat had a little more room. Good for kids but a bit tight for adults. Also, head room is a bit short if your a 6' plus person. 3.8 motor is one of the best motors on the market for reli... Read More

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