1988 Pontiac Bonneville SSE 3.8 Litre V6 from North America
The Mafia Sentinel
The Hydra-Boost went out for the brakes.
Seats worn out.
Paint faded and sun burnt.
Seat massager's went out.
Replaced steering wheel cover.
The car looks just like a mafia sentinel, even though the paint is faded out. Sleek shape for a four door car.
The car responds at the drop of a hat and corners like it's nobodies business. The tires grip the road on hard turns without a hint of a squeal.
The trusty 3.8 liter v6 runs flawlessly, and starts on a seconds notice, even on the coldest days.
The transmission is a little rough going into second and third gear, but it doesn't slip or kick.
Gas mileage is golden-I get back and forth to work twice on 3 bucks! (That's alitle less than 2 gallons here)
The interior is more luxurious than my friends brand new Cadillac, and the dash has more lights and gizmos than a space shuttle. The digital compass and driver information report any problems that come up; if a turn signal bulb goes out I'll know about it. Thick leather bucket seats with built in seat massager's in 8 places provide premium comfort for passenger and driver. The wood grain dash is pimp.
Nice secret compartments in the headrests for stowing small items.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 1st April, 2004