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1997 Pontiac Grand Prix Reviews and Owner Comments

1997 Pontiac Grand Prix
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1997 Pontiac Grand Prix Owner Reviews (4 reviews)
  • 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix
    Visitor, Pontiac, MI, December 04, 2013 17:05
    Bought brand new, currently 114k miles, no major engine or transmission problems yet!! I love my car. Always used quality gas & got oil changed regularly. 1st tune-up at 100k miles, my ignition still starts like a brand new car. 1st major repair in 2013 hvac. Needs new struts but still handles & accelerates like new. I'm blessed.
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  • 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix
    OS PET, Los Altos, CA, April 05, 2011 00:28
    After a horrible experience with a 1993 VW Jetta I purchased new, I decided to trade my 1993 Jetta with 26,500 miles on the odometer for a brand new 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix GT coupe. I still have my beautiful Grand Prix and I have no intentions of ever parting with it. I'd like to be buried in it when I die! I can't believe the incredible durability of the Grand Prix's paint and interior. My Grand Prix is mostly parked outdoors and after nearly 15 years the paint still looks great and the incredibly durable cloth interior is virtually fade proof and is tough as nails! The 3800 V6 is smooth, powerful and gets fantastic gas mileage coupled to an excellent 4 speed automatic transmission. The interior is very roomy as is the trunk. My Grand Prix has been a very solid and extremely reliable car, with excellent handling, firm magnasteer steering and strong ABS brakes. Not to mention it's a very inexpensive car to own and operate. My only gripe is with the slow power window motors and the poor optics of the headlamps. But aside from those issues, GM did a phenomenal job with the redesign of the 1997 Grand Prix. I deem it as a perfect all around car!
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  • 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix
    Visitor, Winslow, AZ, November 17, 2010 05:24
    Nice car, but the suspension and steering are really not good.
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  • 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix
    Visitor, Jasper, IN, April 05, 2010 11:16
    bought this car (sports edition) as my 1st car for $800... after replacing a couple items and a good cleaning, some, and lots of tlc...the previous owner is jealous!!!
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