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1992 Pontiac Bonneville 4 Dr SSEi Supercharged Sedan Review
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Nice — performance is great build quality minor repairs fun factor super charger gives it balls appearence it isnt the best looking car but power makes up for it cost of ownership city it gets like 18 but highway it dose awsome

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: IT HAS BALLS

Cons: looks

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1992 Pontiac Bonneville 4 Dr SSEi Supercharged Sedan Review
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Sporty Car With Lots Of Options And Room — Very dependable car. The 3.8L V6 in this car is pretty amazing. I used this car to get through college and it did very well considering it had 200k+ miles on it. During the winter, it never had a problem starting. It handles well for a full sized sedan. It has independent suspension which helps, but, for some reason, all wheel disc brakes were left out. It accelerates pretty well and brakes just as well. The supercharger makes a nice whining sound to let everyone (who knows what a supercharger sounds like) know what is under the hood. I've heard some Bonnevilles with custom exhausts and they sound pretty good for a V6. The interior is nice and has a lot of options. There are 6-way seats with 3 different lumbar controls. The interior is roomy and makes for a good road trip vehicle even with 4 passengers. Gas mileage, in my experience, is about 25 combined city/highway with about 22 for city and 30 for highway.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Sporty luxury car that is fun to drive

Cons: None, unless you want something with better gas mileage

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1992 Pontiac Bonneville 4 Dr SE Sedan Review
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My First And Favorite Car I Will Ever Own - Even When I Get My 200 Mph Supercar Someday. — This car is my baby. It was was my first car and I drove it for about 8 years before retiring it long term storage about 2 years ago. I miss driving it. I always hear old car guys talk about "that first car" they wish they would not have gotten rid of.....well - I am not taking that same course....My future kids will sell this one when I die!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Only 6 years to go to reach "25 years old classic status"

Cons: None.

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1992 Pontiac Bonneville 4 Dr SE Sedan Review
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Its A Damn Good Beater — Most roomy car I have driven but it's a dieing beast. The 3.8L V6 gets things moving quite nicely. It's pretty bad with gas though. Its fun to drive fast in a straight line haha, and you can drift pretty nicely with it when there's snow.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: comfort, weed

Cons: it kinda falls apart

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1992 Pontiac Bonneville 4 Dr SE Sedan Review
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Its Nice — This car is my first car that i have ever driven! Ive beaten on it so much that im suprised its still alive! What i like the most is that the engine is entirely reliable. My mechanice told me that these cars no matter how bad they get that the engine will always run like its brand new!!!!!

Pros: Gets high acceleration so 1/4 its preatty good

Cons: the 2 gear is really long but then again it olny has three gears

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1992 Pontiac Bonneville 4 Dr SE Sedan Review
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A Love/hate Relationship. — This was my second car. It was relatively young at 6 years old when I had it, but it definitely qualified as a beater where my previous 13 year old rusted out Volvo didn't. It was a big car. The ride was good. The engine was able to keep up at cruising speed and deliver relatively decent mileage on cheap gas. But mechanically, it was a financial drain. Between 10 July 1998 and 8 September 2004, I spent as much or more on this car's maintenance and repairs, as my parents did buying it. 5 days after I sold it to Carmax, while driving through the podium in a wholesale auction, something underneath its dash caught on fire and started smoking. That could have been me. Really dodged a bullet there. Service life: 10 July 1998 - 8 September 2004 (trade) Gasoline used: mostly 93 octane before 7/11/03, 87 octane afterwards. Per gallon price ranged from $1.039 (12/28/01) to $1.959 (5/23/04). Over 47000 miles, it averaged 21.55 mpg. A historical footnote, 93 octane gas cost me $1.499/gallon on 9/7/01. On 9/21/01, it was $1.559. It gradually dropped to the low $1's and didn't climb back to that level again until 7/8/02, when it was $1.579.

Pros: Good looking cruiser, could use some pimping.

Cons: A nightmare when it came to mechanical reliability

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1992 Pontiac Bonneville 4 Dr SE Sedan Review
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Boring — I recieved this car as a gift (with a minimal donation)from the owner of In-N-Out. I drove it for a couple of weeks before I left for a job out of the country. It was comfortable to ride in, but nothing special. I don't miss this car. The only thing good about it was the history behind the car. It was a corporate car from the In-N-Out hamburger chain

Pros: Comfortable, Leg Room

Cons: Ugly, Under Powered, 4 Door

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1992 Pontiac Bonneville 4 Dr SE Sedan Review
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1992 Pontiac Bonneville Se — I love my 92 Pontiac bonneville SE it has never let me down once and when i need it is their and always started right up for me. It is good forwho is looking for a safe family car. The gas mileage is good for me. It has alot of power coming from a 3800 Port turned V6 Series 1 engine that run like a champion and the car is very roomy and with large trunk to put alot of thing. I am getting 18-20 miles around town and about close to 30 mile to the gallion on the highway. My cars has 186,000 miles on it and it still going strong

Pros: Safe, very roomy, good family car, comfortable car

Cons: none

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Reviews From Other Years

2005 Pontiac Bonneville Reviews

Absolutely The Best Car I've Ever Rode In! By Jeremy

Hugs the road like a Cheetah chasing a Gazelle, I absolutely love the instrument panel, reminds of a small plane's cockpit. Everything is accessible from the driver's seat. Makes driving more enjoyabl... Read More

Gxp By jwdstang2000

fun car, drives great. expensive to maintain. love beating up on little tuners at the stoplight when they least expect it. looks like your typical car, but runs like a true sprts car. love it. 1 a... Read More

2004 Pontiac Bonneville Reviews

I Love My Pearl By migration_badkitty5961

Had her since she was 4 years old. With regular maintenance...she is still running strong! Regular oil changes and tire rotation. Only problem at 150,000 is head gaskets and a slow oil leak. Nothing m... Read More

This Is A Great Vehicle. Now I Know Why There Is A Pontiac Club. By James

I did a lot of research about this car before I decided to buy. Great ride and drive. Seats are as comfy as you will find. Car has plenty of power whenever needed. Gas mileage is consistently at 28 MP... Read More

2003 Pontiac Bonneville Reviews

Bonneville Or Bust By Roger

Despite issues I've had with this vehicle ,It handles well with lots of power to get me where I'm going. Interior is very comfortable has all the bells and whistles that I haven't had in other vehicl... Read More

A Great Cruiser ,sharp Looking ,value And Affordable Car By BonneV

Handles wonderful on the interstate and has like 16-17 mlg in town and 20-23 on the hwy. the car rides smooth and is comfortable love the ride ,the sunroof makes summer and winter enjoyable. Great i... Read More

2002 Pontiac Bonneville Reviews

Great Beginner Car, With A Cult Following By Josh

It's a great car with gobs of power and plenty of modding potential. Great stopping power and stellar looks. Not much in the aftermarket for appearance, but creativity isn't stopping that. These car... Read More

Nice Ride By Steve

The only thing I don't like about this car is it's not a FORD I like it on trips it's comfortable and fun to drive. wish it had a super charger but it runs ok for a GM product. My wife fell in love wi... Read More

2001 Pontiac Bonneville Reviews

To Much Maintenance. By Kerry4996

It is the best thing I have ever driven, but that doesn't say much. It leaks coolant, ATF, and oil. As long as you aren't low on any of the leaking fluids, it runs great! But I think its time for some... Read More

Sleek Domestic Sport Sedan By yourbuickgmcguy

I love the way it handles and the power is more than adequate for a car this size and the MPG is great on the highway. The 3.8 liter is great and was one of GM's best 6-cylinder engines for many years... Read More

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