The Bonneville, Pontiacs largest, most expensive sedan, was redesigned last year, so it receives minor changes this year. OnStar, General Motors satellite-based communication system, is now standard on SLE and SSEi models and optional on the base SE. Heated front seats, previously av... Read Full Report
Smooth ride and predictable, sure-footed handling that makes it a pleasure to head into and out of those twisting, winding roads just across the border in Cheddarland. Plenty of power from the 3.8-liter, 205-h.p. V-6, yet still a most favorable 19 m.p.g. city/30 m.p.g. highway mileage rating. Bonneville comes with smooth, well-cushioned, supportive seats that hold you in place for aggre... Read full review for the 2001 Pontiac Bonneville
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I have had this sle for 3 years I am the second owner and I could not have been happier with the performance and low maint. costs. Have driven to Az. twice and it handled beautifully. I was getting 30... Read Full Review
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