Bought my baby new in 04. One tap on the gas and I was hooked. Probably didn't need to spring for comp g, but I’ve been using technology for 8 years is still ahead of the curve. (Me: Tap shift, HUD (w...
Bought my baby new in 04. One tap on the gas and I was hooked. Probably didn't need to spring for comp g, but I’ve been using technology for 8 years is still ahead of the curve. (Me: Tap shift, HUD (which like the guy earlier said is out, but inexpensive to fix, just time consuming) Wife: heated seats and dual climate control.
In sales, anything other than a sedan is a risk. I shudder to think of telling a senior executive that would like to join us for lunch “let me get that seat for you.” That being said I’m continually on the quest for the perfect sedan. 8 years and 103,000 miles later I’ve looked at Cadillac CTS, BMW 335, and Infinity G37 and have come to the conclusion that none motivate me enough to leave my Comp G.
Only thing I did was upgrade the factory radio to a Kenwood double din (with integration into the steering wheel controls) Added 2 x JL slash amps and a sub enclosure with dual 10” JL subs in the huge trunk. More than enough room for 2 sets of golf clubs. Hardwired a radar detector up by the mirror nice and clean.
So with GM (government motors) in all their infinite wisdom selecting Buick over Pontiac I’m in a quandary. My history: 1974 Le Mans, 1979 Trans Am (with the bird), 1994 Grand AM, 1999 Grand Am Ram Air GT, and 2005 Grand Prix GTP Comp G. Loved them all. I will never own a Buick. My decision: I will drive this car until I am forced to buy something else and for the first time in my life I am pretty sure it will not be American.