1995 Pontiac Bonneville SE 3.8 Series II from North America
Worth every penny
Replaced an air conditioning hose at 72,000.
Replaced the front struts at 99,000.
Replaced the original Goodyear tires at 82,000.
Traction control and radio controls in the steering pod went out at 69,000. Estimated cost was 400.00. Elected to do without.
Replaced a right side tie rod at 103,000.
Considering the cost of repairs and mileage, I would buy this car again in a heart beat. It's rock solid, and built to last. I never have to worry about merging into traffic, it always goes.
I changed the oil every 3,000. I just got back from having the radiator flushed for the first time. It's like the energizer bunny.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 26th November, 2001
16th Sep 2004, 07:12
I bought my bonneville in june 2004, and I got to tell you this one of the most reliable cars driving on the road. the 3800 engine just gets up and go, and only with 170hp. The car actually fills like a v8 without the gas consumption of one. The only minor problem I had was the relay switch, and it needed some freight.