2003 Pontiac Grand Prix
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Great First Car

by from Dubuque Ia on May 18, 2016

I got my 2003 Grand Prix for my 16th birthday with under 100,000 miles and now I'm 18. Being a high school kid I put many hard miles on it. It has very few problems in its old age. Much of the bottom ...
I got my 2003 Grand Prix for my 16th birthday with under 100,000 miles and now I'm 18. Being a high school kid I put many hard miles on it. It has very few problems in its old age. Much of the bottom is rusted out but the frame is as solid as ever. My car tends to heat up faster than many others I have saw. In my opinion I don't believe this is a good cross country car. I'm sure it was great for cross country when new but as any car's they get old and become risky for this kind of stuff. I believe I can get this car through college and maybe then some. Also being the country boy I am this care can off road if you do it right. I'v had it covered completely in mud before!
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Ready Steady

by from Jesup , GA on February 20, 2014

Recently purchased the 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix. I was drawn to it as the appearance is somewhat sporty. My test drive resulted in me buying it and I cant seem to stay out of it. She handles so well al...
Recently purchased the 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix. I was drawn to it as the appearance is somewhat sporty. My test drive resulted in me buying it and I cant seem to stay out of it. She handles so well all around and the sound system is great. I love love love my new whip!!!
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Birthday Car

by from Chicago, IL on December 18, 2012

I bought this car for my son's 18 birthday. The car was in great condition both inside and outside. The car had over 150k on it and after taking it to Sears to get a checked out the only thing it need...
I bought this car for my son's 18 birthday. The car was in great condition both inside and outside. The car had over 150k on it and after taking it to Sears to get a checked out the only thing it needed was a water pump and light tuneup. He was absolutely thrilled. He loves everything about it especially the fact that it is a coupe. I am extremely happy with this car.
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Sporty yet practical car

by from North New Jersey on November 24, 2012

I've driven this car for years, and can't say enough about it. Pontiacs are great American cars. And the grand prix is perhaps their greatest creation. For someone who wants a practical, yet stylish a...
I've driven this car for years, and can't say enough about it. Pontiacs are great American cars. And the grand prix is perhaps their greatest creation. For someone who wants a practical, yet stylish and sporty car, this is the one. It's got a powerful engine that actually does well on gas. The car loves long highway drives, but has great around town and mountain performance as well. Handles great in the snow- seriously- it drives through blizzard conditions! Sleak, sporty style with a spacious and practical interior. A quiet ride, comfortable seats and special features! Great sound system- Pontiac wasn't cheap with this. The grand prix is reliable, and a classic. Maintenance is inexpensive because it's not some impractical luxury vehicle, yet I feel like I'm driving a sports luxury vehicle! Love love love my grand prix. Too bad they don't make them anymore! Truly a treasure of a car.
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very nice craftman ship

by from RI on June 27, 2012

luxury saloon or a eco sport fits 4 adults comfortablely. 30MPG if you push it 19.5 with aircon on. regularly 25 MPG. stylish inside and out. inside the trip computer shows boost fuel intake abs! radi...
luxury saloon or a eco sport fits 4 adults comfortablely. 30MPG if you push it 19.5 with aircon on. regularly 25 MPG. stylish inside and out. inside the trip computer shows boost fuel intake abs! radio is strait from a space ship! fastand clean you never want to shutle kids to school. so is it a saloonNOits a sports car with five seats and a boot large enought for 20bags of food!
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the best money spent

by from Salisbury, NC on March 23, 2011

I LOVE THIS CAR! I have had this car over 5 yrs. I had to put it in the shop one time. It is a gas sipper. Can't complain at all!
I LOVE THIS CAR! I have had this car over 5 yrs. I had to put it in the shop one time. It is a gas sipper. Can't complain at all!
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2003 SE

by from TX on December 27, 2008

This is without the best car I've ever owned. I bought it used in 2005 with 21K miles. It consistently gets 30 hwy mpg. Replaced a front hub at 80000 miles. I hate to hear that GM may drop the Pontiac...
This is without the best car I've ever owned. I bought it used in 2005 with 21K miles. It consistently gets 30 hwy mpg. Replaced a front hub at 80000 miles. I hate to hear that GM may drop the Pontiac line. I think they are the best.
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A Great Ride All Around.

by from Saint Paul, MN on January 7, 2008

My 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix GT is the best car I have ever owned. The styling on the outside is beautiful along with its striking red color. The interior is spacious and very comfortable. At night with...
My 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix GT is the best car I have ever owned. The styling on the outside is beautiful along with its striking red color. The interior is spacious and very comfortable. At night with the red glow of the dash board I feel as though I am flying a 747. My Pontiac is smooth on the road and drives like a charm. The V-6 Engine has enough power to challenge any Mustang on the road in my book. I cant say enough about the Pontiac Grand Prix GT except that its without question the best car I have ever owned. To bad the newer Grand Prix's dont have the look and the feel of the 03 Editions which are in my book the Ultimate Edition.
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dependable

by from chicago,IL on November 12, 2007

the second i purchased this car and drove off the lot i was impressed. the overall quality of this car is amazing with its 3800 series award winning engines to its stylish and sexy handling around cor...
the second i purchased this car and drove off the lot i was impressed. the overall quality of this car is amazing with its 3800 series award winning engines to its stylish and sexy handling around corners. one thing that is a big minor defect is the overall transmission quality. On my first gtp i purchased the trans went out at 65k, and others i heard went out at 33k. the grand prixs have very strong frames. i was involved in a 5 car pileup accident and my car and the towncar were the only cars that came out repairable..g.ps can be easily be modded to smoke mustang gt's in a $1000 budget! could use more electronic features instead ofa dull looking panel. very hot dependable car that will do you good and still have money left over in your pocket
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Fast and Comfortable

by from Chicago, IL on September 15, 2007

Lots of room for five adults to fit comfortable. A very great car to own, very stylish. has a heads up display to show the speed you are traveling at very nice to have so you don't have to take your e...
Lots of room for five adults to fit comfortable. A very great car to own, very stylish. has a heads up display to show the speed you are traveling at very nice to have so you don't have to take your eyes off the road. The gtp has a drivers heated seat which comes in very handy in the winter. Handles great in the winter. All in all a great car to own.
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