Carissa249 said:After a long drawn out battle over the steering lock up. GM has made an offer to buy back my G6 for what I paid for it. Which was $26,790.00. So now I have to go to the dealership and pick out another GM product. Any ideas?? Should I get a GTP?
do you concur?Subtle_Cynicism said:Here's what you need to think about:
Was the G6 big enough for you? Did you enjoy the car enough when it wasn't giving you problems?
Also, are you willing to sacrifice gas milage, as the GTP doesn't get as good of gas, no matter how you look at it.
I know you had a rough time with GM, but I think you should give them another shot.
Awesome!! Remind me not to race you! :bolt: Be careful with that torque steer, I can only imagine what it would be like on a GP GXP. I've almost 'lost' the GTP a couple times taking off with the wheels turned.Carissa249 said:Well i picked out the new car!!!! 2006 Grand Prix GXP...I LOVE IT!!!!! Cant wait to pick it up!
WELL, HERE WE GO!!! it was only a matter of time until someone else actually damaged their car. glad you were only going 5MPH when it happened and that you are 'ok'!!! have you experienced this before or is this a 'first time' for you?Twisted_Heat said:I have been keeping up with reading the posts, i own a 2005 GT and i wrecked it today. I need some advice on what to do now, i was leaving work when my wheel locked up in the middle of a turn, needless to say my car is now sitting on three wheels. the top control arm snapped right off along with the axle and brake line. I need some advice on what to do, i definetly do not wanna drive this death trap anymore. Who know what might have happened if i was going faster, i was only going 5mph. The fender was sitting on the tire, it caused damage to the fender, hood, pillar, and my door won't open, please help guys. Thanks in advance.