The Pontiac Grand Prix STE Turbo may be the closest thing to an American BMW. In the past, the problem with many General Motors cars was that they seemed only half-finished. They'd look nice, but be poor performers. Pontiac's Fiero is a perfect example of this. Or, they would be quick but uncomfortable, a trait of the early Chevy Berettas that came with seats that never could be a... Read full review for the 1990 Pontiac Grand Prix
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It's a sufficent vehicle for all riders I have put mine on the waiting list for fixing but it was nothing majorly drawn but I love my car.