I love the look. I love the handling.
The 3.8 engine continues to prove its
durability. BUT, they have to redesign
the split-bench front seat. Very
uncomfortable. I use a seat cushion
and that helps. And, I remember a time
when seats were comforatble enough to
fall asleep in. Not this car! The
steering column stick shift covers the
radio controls when in "Drive." DUH!
The back seats are too low unless your
kids are six feet tall. But for the
money and size, I can't find a better
Looks, handling, smooth ride. A lotta
car for the money.
Fix the seats! Throw out
the "catcher's mit" seat design. That
only works in baseball. Why do the 92-
99 bonnevilles seem like
they have more room? This car could
use just a little bit more interior
space to separate it from the "mid-
size" class. (Try comparing it with a
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