Is it worth buying?

Asked by Feb 16, 2019 at 05:49 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: General

I’m looking at a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix with a
little over 180,000 miles. Is buying it worth my
while? Will it last, and how long?

4 Answers


Don't let the 180,000 scare you. If the price and value to you are in the range of what you want, the car's condition and history will tell you what to expect. Maintenance history, miles at last tune up, tire condition, interior and exterior condition, oil change documentation, accident/repair data, number of owners, or other details will speak to you. If all is OK, another 100K would not be out of the question. Also, verify the asking price by looking at the blue book info and negotiate from there..

2007 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 251K 3.8 SUPERCHARGED SUNROOF Taken very good of n was wondering how much longer would it last, like how many more miles do u think it would last for? Someone is selling for $1,600 n I'm needing to know if it would be a good buy? I'm disabled n I'm needing a very good reliable n dependable car for my Dr appointments every week 92 miles one way is the reason why I'm asking for help.


I say read this whole section about GM's PGP-GTs or GrndPrix . The wiring and electrical design poor. Very poor. Iv had mine for 10 years 06, 113676 miles IM ALWAYS WORKING ON THE DAM THING. Im 2nd owner.

I will sell a white 2000 Grand Prix with around 165000 miles on it. It is in great condition. It needs the back passenger window fixed. It has a scuff on the front bumper. I’m going to take pics tonight. If anyone is interested call Eight seven 0 three 21 four 2three Six . Mitch

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