Way too expensive
Fuel door lock quit - 2 trips to the dealer and it still is not fixed.
The 2000 Pontiac Bonneville is not worth the $30k+ I paid.
It is very loud inside with excessive wind noise.
The plastic parts on the inside and outside feel cheep and the front 6-way power seats are very uncomfortable.
On the bright side, the 235/55R17 optional tires provide very good grip for a 3700-pound car.
Acceleration and breaking are also good.
All this said, the one thing that will prevent me from ever buying this type of car again is depreciation!
With the car less than 2 years old, a purchase price of $30500, and only 27,000 miles, the blue book value is about $15k. Knowing this, how could anyone ever buy a Bonneville?
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 6th October, 2002