by ehollier on Mar 10, 2013 Vehicle: 1992 Pontiac Bonneville SE 4dr Sedan
i bought my car a lil while ago and it needed a little work. so far i have replaced the fuel pump, ignition moduel, coils, cranksensor, brake lines, and rear wheel bearings last owner didnt take car of this car at all but now that ive given a little tlc shes running beutifully and all in all shes a great car i recomend them for anyone.
by dcamack on Jun 6, 2011 Vehicle: 1992 Pontiac Bonneville SE 4dr Sedan
I have had my 92 Bonneville for just over a month now, and I absolutely love it! I have never been in a position to purchase a brand new vehicle, but this is as close to mint as they come. I purchased this car for 1200, and it was owned by an expert mechanic of all phases, and he cares for all his cars like they were his children. It was his wife's vehicle, and he gave me the most best deal that anyone could ask for.
Engine and trans are smooth as silk, and everyone refers to it as "the sexy beast". Interior and exterior are almost showroom(aside from a few nicks and stains) and the only thing that does not work is the ac. It is in the electrical. Intend to keep it for as long as I can
by jordan on Feb 24, 2010 Vehicle: 1992 Pontiac Bonneville SE 4dr Sedan
i have had my bonneville since my 16th birthday and it is an extremely reliable vehicle. built like a mini tank. i have put a rebuilt tranny, radiator, brand new ac compressor and accum, all new brakes and tires. but the engine wont give out. it has 180k and still going strong. I love this car and would definitely buy another. When the engine does give out i plan to rebuilt the car from head to toe and use it as a classic show car by 2020.
by Randy on Oct 22, 2009 Vehicle: 1992 Pontiac Bonneville SE 4dr Sedan
I Got my car in Sept/2007 and i got it with 174,050 miles on it and it has 190,300 on it right now and it running like a dream. The car is very roomy for it size and make a really good family car. It has child safely lock in the back doors and windows so the kids can not open the doors from the inside. It get good gas mileage and and can fit 5-6 people including the driver.
by Randy on Aug 18, 2009 Vehicle: 1992 Pontiac Bonneville SE 4dr Sedan
I own a 1992 Pontiac Bonneville se with 176,000 miles on the car and runs like a new car still and it it great on gas and I am getting 18 mpg around town and on the highway I am getting 27 to 29 mpg. I have own a 1993 Pontiac Bonneville se with 191,500. I sold the car because I need some money. And after that I got the 1992 Bonneville se I have now. It is a good family car for someone who want a safe, good on gas, durable. I would say go out and buy one you will be very happy with it and the room and the big truck space you have to use.
by Marcus on May 19, 2009 Vehicle: 1992 Pontiac Bonneville SE 4dr Sedan
I purchased this 1992 Bonneville from my brother-in-law,who purchased it new. My wife still drives this car every day to and from work. It now has 407,000 miles on it. I had the transmission rebuilt at 375,000 miles. Never been inside the engine. Has had 3 radiators, 4 A/C compressors, 4 alternators, and other minor things. Still runs great, plenty of power, still handles well. My wife says that she intends to get at least 500,000 miles out of it before she gets herself another car. This has been a very good car for us. Thanks, Pontiac.
Earns restyle that swaps stodgy, three-box design theme for flowing lines reminiscent of the Jaguar XJ6. LE trim level dies. 3.8-liter V6 gets five additional horsepower. SSEi has a supercharged V6 worth 205 horsepower and standard traction control. Traction control is optional on other Bonnevilles. ABS is standard on SSE and SSEi; optional on SE with Sport Appearance Package. A passenger airbag is standard on SSEi, optional on SSE. A heads-up display is standard on SSEi and optional on SSE.