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2005 Pontiac BonnevilleReview
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Top Dog & a collectors car of sorts, since they were made only 2yrs

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2005 Pontiac Bonneville SLEReview
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Absolutely The Best Car I've Ever Rode In! — 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 enjoyable for me, versus past cars I've owned (with the exception of my 1979 Hurst/Olds.)

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Handles like a dreram, one of the smoothest rides I've ever had the pleasure of putting my arse in.

Cons: Trying to find one.

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2005 Pontiac Bonneville GXPReview
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Gxp — 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 all the way. WOOHOO!

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

Pros: powerful

Cons: gas guzzler

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2005 Pontiac Bonneville GXPReview
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Another Great Orphan Bites The Dust. — Pontiac has been a favorite of mine since owning my Firebird TransAms. This car has great handling, great traction, decent brakes and nice performancce. The cladding gave the car perfect looks. A great sound system with XM radio and On-Star. The Tricoat White Gold paint is beautiful. I wish Pontiac still made driving excitement cars. I thought this GXP was a worthy sports sedan to replacce the fun I had driving in My TransAm. Now I get my driving excitement from my Sky Red Line, another great orphan.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: This is possibly one of the best sports sedans GM ever made. It has so many good qualities it was devastating to me to see the Bonneville end and then the Pontiac line thereafter. Pontiac was the one GM line that did have driving excitement. This GXP has beautiful lines, great power and a truly great exhaust  sound for a family car. I have had three Bonnevilles: a 2000 SSEi, and two 2005 GXPs. I have had BMW's, Mercedes, Volvos, and Saabs, and I would prefer this GXP over any of them.

Cons: The front seat is just a little cramped for a guy 6'5" tall. Bigger brakes would have helped this otherwise greatly refined and well executed design for an American sports sedan.

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2005 Pontiac Bonneville GXPReview
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Hey I Give It 10 Out Of 10 — 11/20/10 = Just found my 2005 Bonneville GXP, white tricoat with 18,000 miles. What a find. Have only driven a few hundred miles but I love it. A real head turner. Love the Northstar smooth power delivery and throaty sound. Very comfortable. Mileage not bad, 17 city, 24 highway. Really awesome so far.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: looks, ride, power

Cons: storage space in console, lots of brake dust on those nice wheels

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2005 Pontiac Bonneville GXPReview
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Love The Car!!!!! Hope To Be Able To Fix Everything, A Real Keeper — I absolutely love my "Bonnie" GXP. It's my second one (First SE leaked in trunk). I love the exhaust,interior,ride,performance etc. However, I think I am the unlucky one that ended up with the poorly built version or dumb mechanics-heater fan suddenly really loud & vibrating,leaking in rear & front interior(supposedly via sunroof),sometimes transmission will not shift properly which was fixed once before (a small computer chip in engine)

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: really fun to drive and dependable in snow

Cons: too many quirks with workmanship

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2005 Pontiac Bonneville GXPReview
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Love It! — I love my GXP, we named him Reco. He has 45,000 miles and runs amazing. I love how when I drive, i always get stared at. I love it. It has quad exhaust, tinted windows, and remote start. I wouldn't wanna drive any other car.

Pros: Exhaust/ heads up display!

Cons: gas mileage/ premium fuel

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2005 Pontiac Bonneville GXPReview
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Head Turner — Awesome car! Rides great! This car is a head turner down the road! Love the throaty exhaust and the tinted windows. Only bad thing is the gas mileage, 18 on the highway is not the best, but I still love this car! Its amazing!

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

Pros: Its awesome! I love this car, rides will!

Cons: none

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2005 Pontiac Bonneville GXPReview
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Bottom Line - Mustangs Beware — Strong V8 and tone Good bang for buck Looks aggresive and sporty yet classy Highway mileage is decent (24 mpg) Very fun to drive Brakes should probably be upgraded Handles pretty well for a heavy car Could have had a few more interior upgrades

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

Pros: Sounds sick

Cons: MPG

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2005 Pontiac BonnevilleReview
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I Always Loved The Bonne Gxp's — Breaking was a bit slow untill I put D/S rotors and Ceramic pads on. Now it breaks awesome.

Pros: Good acceleration and build quality.

Cons: Bad Gas milage 24 MPG and poor factory breaking. To bad they stopped making the Bonneville in 2005

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Reviews From Other Years

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

Review By Jeff

Good reliable car for the money. The 3800 series 2 motor is one of chevys better motors. Overall a good car. Still looking for the right one Read More

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

2001 Pontiac Bonneville Reviews

To Much Maintenance. By Kerry

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

2000 Pontiac Bonneville Reviews

Nice By Dimension01

I love how it has this sport feel to it and drives very smoothly. The brakes also work perfectly as well as the motor. I felt very safe driving this car, because it is very strong on the highway and d... Read More

Love My Ssei By Gary

This is the best car I ever owned. When maintained properly it will last forever. Rides and handles excellently, even with 90,000 miles on it. There are some fit and finish problems but they are ones ... Read More

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