1992 Pontiac Bonneville SSEi 3.8 V-6 supercharged from North America
A mobile easy-chair
Had to replace front driver's side bearings at 98K when they made a loud growling noise.
Other than that, nothing out of the ordinary for a car with 100K miles (brake pads, plugs and wires, etc...)
I love it! I've found it to be far more reliable than most people say. I could drive across the country in this car and not feel a single ache or pain. I think this can be a good car for anybody that has the time, patience and money to put into it. I love the power the S/C provides when I gun it, it's VERY easy to pass other cars.
The heater works excellently in the winter, and with the leather it's a to-the-bone heat. The AC is almost too cold, I find myself turning it down and jacking the temp up a little bit after a while on a hot day.
The seats are extremely comfortable. I have the 9-way power option, which means there's absolutely no way to have an uncomfortable ride. The back seats are incredibly roomy, and provide everything a passenger could want (cup holders, ashtray, air-vents, reading lights, storage compartment).
My biggest complaint about this car is that it seems to be leak prone. When I bought it, the guy before me had put some form of caulking or putty in the seals to seal them better. The back passenger side door still leaks, and I can't find the source to save my life.
It's an excellent college car, I couldn't ask for more.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 24th December, 2000