2000 Pontiac Bonneville Overview

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4.25 stars

Based on 24 reviews

If You Like Big Cars With Much Interior Space, Huge Trunk, And Decent Sized Engine, This Is The One! by Brent
 — Performance: It has the 3.8L V6 and its got some weight but it has the power to back it up. Acceleration is decent and braking is fine. It handles great and because of its weight, it rides very smo... Read More
My Bonnie by John
 — I love my Bonny, because it is big and roomy, has plenty of power with the supercharger, and gets 25mpg on the highway. It is also a good-looking car. It starts and stops like a champ and handles li... Read More
Bonnevilles Are Bad A** Cars! by krismerk913
 — I bought this car with the 6500.00 that I recieved from my Dad dieing in a drunk driving accident, my dad was the passenger, not the one driving drunk, anyways, shes a 2000 and had 84000 miles on it,... Read More

2000 Pontiac Bonneville Overview

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2000 Pontiac Bonneville

A new generation of Pontiac Bonnevilles in 2000 sees a new redesign of the front end, headlights, body cladding, and a 2-inches longer wheelbase.  The 2000 Bonneville loses a bit of headroom due to a more angled windshield, but gains a more rigid frame and more aggressive exterior styling, but overall features and powertrain options remain unchanged from 1999.

The special SLE and SSEi package options from the '90s now become full-fledged trims.  Base model SE and the sportier SLE feature the 3.8-liter, 205-hp V6 engine from previous years.  The SE gets more standard features, including power mirrors and lighted entry.  The SLE adds on dual climate control, 6-way power seats, keyless entry, a new tire monitor, and performance suspension.  The sportiest of the 2000 Bonneville trims is the SSEi, formerly a package on the old SSE trim.  This features the rocket-like supercharged 3.8 V6, getting 240-hp and 280 lb-ft of torque.  Standard features include leather seats, traction control, 12-way power seats, a garage opener, and anti-skid program.  Most of these are available as options on the SE.  All trims have 4-wheel ABS brakes, new side impact airbags, and new load-leveling suspension which provides smoother handling.
Owners of the 2000 Bonneville like its room and comfortable seats.  The supercharged V6 is a big hit, making the Bonneville fast on the highway, and with immediate pickup response.  Driving is smoother, and the stiffer frame adds better maneuverability.  Drivers say it handles like a smaller car, and the fuel econommy (18/27 mpg) is impressive.  Despite the redesign, there still seem to be problems with cracks in the manifold, and cheap plastic parts easily breaking.  Owners say repairs are often and costly, reliability is poor, and that the Bonneville depreciates heavily.  Some would like split-fold rear seats instead of just a trunk pass-through.

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Pontiac Bonneville Is Taking On Water In The Rear Passenger Well. Where Is...

My car has water on the floor on the passenger side mostly behind the seat. I thought it happened when I drove the car, but when it just sits int he rain water gets in.

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My AC works great, on the right side of my car. The left and middle vent blows warm air.

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