1992 Grand Prix

Consumer Reviews

1992 Pontiac Grand Prix

$7,716 - $8,264  MSRP Range

Review Score

4.3 out of 5 stars

4.3

3 Reviews
100% of drivers recommend this car
Score Breakdown
4.7 out of 5 stars Comfort
4 out of 5 stars Value for the Money
4.3 out of 5 stars Interior Design
4.3 out of 5 stars Reliability
4.7 out of 5 stars Performance
4.7 out of 5 stars Exterior Styling

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5 out of 5 stars

Makes other cars feel like you're driving a toy!

by MeanDean from Green Bay, WI on Mon Jul 16 2007

Very smooth ride and wind won't boss you around. This car is not a toy. At 3,300 lbs, gusts of wind on a bridge do practically nothing. After driving this car for a week, I cannot drive a regular car again without thinking it is a toy! You feel very powerful driving this car (get the 3.4L version if at all possible). It's like driving a tank. Plus, it feels like your sitting in the cockpit of a fighter jet with all the red glowing controls on the dash and the HUD that projects your MPH on the windshield! Never look down to see your speed again. HUD stands for Heads Up Display, and they friggin rock. This car has so much power that I always drive in overdrive am still able to waste most cars. This car produces its best acceleration from 0 to 25mph, so its very fast for city driving. It's also great on the highway. Handles 85mph as gently and easily as most cars do 65. It has so much power that there is a switch that tells the car to stay in 2nd gear instead of first, otherwise you'd way too easily spin the tires when its snowy or slippery. Overall, a wonderful car! I only wish it had better gas mileage, but that's what you get when you have a 3,300 lb car with a 210HP engine. (average car weighs 2750 lbs.. so around a 500lb difference) It gets around 17mpg city, 24 mpg hwy. For everyday driving, stay in overdrive to save gas (you'll still have plenty of power).

5 out of 5 starsComfort
5 out of 5 starsValue for the Money
5 out of 5 starsInterior Design
5 out of 5 starsReliability
5 out of 5 starsPerformance
5 out of 5 starsExterior Styling

Purchased a Used car

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4 out of 5 stars

my Hud

by Love my grandprix from British Columbia, Canada on Tue Feb 17 2009

I just love my grand prix, with one exception, the door handles. They are cool being on the side of the window/door, but we have one broken one on the drivers side and the one on the passenger side is starting to give me grief, and am having a heck of a time trying to find replacements.

5 out of 5 starsComfort
4 out of 5 starsValue for the Money
5 out of 5 starsInterior Design
5 out of 5 starsReliability
4 out of 5 starsPerformance
4 out of 5 starsExterior Styling

Purchased a Used car

Uses car for Just getting around

Does recommend this car!!

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4 out of 5 stars

Great Engine

by My first car from New York, NY on Wed Mar 07 2007

The engine in this car is great, it's everything else that needs constant repairs. You will need a mechanic you can trust.

4 out of 5 starsComfort
3 out of 5 starsValue for the Money
3 out of 5 starsInterior Design
3 out of 5 starsReliability
5 out of 5 starsPerformance
5 out of 5 starsExterior Styling

Purchased a Used car

Does recommend this car!!

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Our Take on the 1992 Pontiac Grand Prix

Pontiac has given birth to the 1992 model year's first potential collector car.

It's the Grand Prix Richard Petty Edition, and only 1,000 will be built.

Pontiac officials say dealers have been angling for the Richard Petty Grand Prix since the General Motors division unveiled the car recently during the Daytona 500. All 1,000 have been ordered by dealers, according to Pontiac.

Petty, who drives a Grand Prix race car with Number 43, is retiring at the end of the NASCAR racing season. He has driven a Pontiac on the circuit for the past 12 years.

The Richard Petty Grand Prix costs only $399 more than a regular Grand Prix equipped the same way. While it doesn't offer any mechanical modifications, the... Read More