2002 Pontiac Bonneville consumer reviews

$25,865 starting MSRP
side view of 2002 Bonneville Pontiac
81% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.5
  • Interior design 4.4
  • Performance 4.6
  • Value for the money 4.2
  • Exterior styling 4.6
  • Reliability 4.0
Explore the 2002 Pontiac Bonneville
4.4

Lots of brand new installed parts, ready to go!

Bought this car from my personal mechanic. Over 5,000 worth of repair just installed. Daughter drove the car and a first time driver and wasn't comfortable with the size, dang kids. Paid 4,000, offering 3850.

4.7

I loved this car.

This car ran forever with not to many problems. I loved this car and trying to get another one. Good car.

4.6

Best car I've owned

It has the pretty much indestructible 3.8L V6 Engine, very reliable, pretty comfortable, turning radius is great, barely anything goes wrong with them.

5.0

Second car, very reliable and fun.

I have had this car for close to four months now, and haven't has a single problem out of it. I am the third owner, and it was previously very well taken care of. it had been in a wreck in 2006 I believe, but it was fixed and you can't even tell. It is an amazing car, with only 98,xxx miles. The car drives like new, and really packs a punch when you take off. It is a Silver 2002 SLE, and when I first seen it, I couldn't pass it up. This is honestly what I believe to be the best looking car Pontiac ever made. These cars are worth every penny, and I assure you that you will love one if you get one.

5.0

Black Beauty

I bought my black 2002 Pontiac Bonneville SLE new, using my 1996 Bonneville as a trade-in. I call the new one "Black Beauty". My son called it "A BMW on steroids." It now has only 72,000 miles on it, and its first set of new tires. Traffic fuel use is about 26 mpg. I drove it from Milwaukee to Los Angeles and back in October 2012 and got 31 mpg on that trip. Sunroof, heated leather seats, sporty rims, very neat car. When my now-adult son borrowed and crashed it on black ice in December 2013, I chose to have it repaired rather than look for a replacement. I wish GM kept making them.

4.3

The Car GM Should Have Kept

I recently bought my 3rd Pontiac Bonneville; a 2002 Black on Grey SLE. The Bonnevilles are the GM car I will miss the most with their restructuring. The bigger car ride, smaller car handling, full instrumentation and adult styling made the Bonnies an all-American car. The 3800 engine is very hard to fault and this car can easily last 200,000 miles with modest attention. My wife probably summed it up best when she said "This car has more testosterone in it than any man deserves". A good ride!

5.0

Love the Bonneville

I bought my Boneville new in 2002 and I love it. I wish they continuing making them. I have a family of four, and we all fit comfotably, but it has a sporty look, so I like the idea that I'm a "cool" mom. It's roomy, and I've never had any major probelms with it.

5.0

best value

Very nice car with excellent reliability!! This car also gets 30 MPG! The ride is very smooth and not lacking horsepower.

3.1

Looks great! Mechanical Nightmare!

2002 Bonneville SLE Owned this car for 4 years and purchased with 60k miles. Car is very comfortable, loaded, and handles perfectly. However since buying the car we have had to fix numerous minor engine problems, both rear windows have failed, moonroof assembly and motor broke, gas gauge doesn't work, interior lighting always blows the fuse, climate control fan stopped working, and both front heated seats stopped working. On top of all of this the 2002 parts are extremely expensive because they were only made for that particular year. Overall this car is in need of continuous repairs...

5.0

My Dream Car Bonneville SSEi

This car has everything. The SSEi with all the features is the best of all sport luxury. Very glad I bought one. Very hard to find because once you buy and SSEi, you never turn it loose, except on the road.