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With the demise of the Bonneville, the Grand Prix becomes Pontiac's largest and most sophisticated sedan. Despite tough competition from the HEMI-powered Dodge Charger, the Grand Prix has held its ground, demonstrating the ability to compete both in the horsepower arena and on the track. The V6-powered models also stack up well when compared to rivals from Nissan, Volkswagen and Mazda. Still, with a growing number of enthusiasts returning to rear-wheel drive, the front-wheel-drive Grand Prix has its fair share of vocal detractors. Few, however, can complain about the car's impressive fuel economy, even when equipped with the optional 303-horsepower V8 engine, or the noteworthy list of available features, such as the GTP's standard Head-Up Display.