Front body/frame structure is redesigned. SSE gets new grille. LE and SE get new taillights. Remote keyless entry is new option. Power windows come with driver's express-down window. SE gets rear spoiler, fog lights and power trunk release standard. Alloy wheels are new. Bench seat is replaced by a 55/45 split bench.
Read what other owners think about the Used 1990 Pontiac Bonneville.
I purchased my 1990 Bonneville LE from a salesman who had put 232,000 miles on it in 12 years, all highway. Today my Bonnie has 256,000 and she still runs like a gem of a gal. Sure there have been repairs but nothing that one could consider major. For a car that's 16 years old and this many miles on it I got the deal of the century paying only $500, yes that's only 2 zero's, Five Hundred dollars. I'm a Honda junky but this baby is a dream. The 3800 engine is by far the most amazing thing that keeps her humming. I can only hope she'll last me another 40000- 50000 more.
4.63 out of 5 stars
1990 Pontiac Bonneville.. can't go wrong
LE 4dr Sedan
I'm 17 and this is my first car. I worked hard and saved my money and 850 dollars later I was driving home in a 1990 Pontiac Bonneville. Now after owning this car for almost a year it has done nothing but been good and preformed great I put in probably 300 bucks into it and another 400 "nitpickiness" and Ill have myself a car that'll get me going for a while. The ignition module box went bad but after a 130 dollar replacement I was driving again with no worries of my car randomly dieing on the road when i stopped. This car is great, very roomy, good sound and speakers, just not an average car a teen looks at but none the less I couldn't ask for more.
4.38 out of 5 stars
awesome american car 232,000 miles
rich from howell,07/02/2002
LE 4dr Sedan
I bought this car in 1990. I still own
the car today. People come up and ask
about the car. I tell them to guess the
mileage. They usually guess around
150k. I laugh and say i have 232k on
it. It is in such good shape. The paint
still shines brighter than most 3 year
old cars. i have had no major problems
with it except for the transmission. IT
was rebuilt at 230k miles. The interior
is also in awesome shape, everything on
the car works properly as it did in
1990. The engine starts up right away
with no hesitation.The 3800cc engine
provides enough power.This is an
excellent car that is built from the
best car company in the world
5 out of 5 stars
can not go below a 10 rating
LE 4dr Sedan
i bought this car new in 1990 and have
enjoyed driving it ever since.
The Used 1990 Pontiac Bonneville is offered in the following submodels: Bonneville Sedan. Available styles include SE 4dr Sedan, SSE 4dr Sedan, and LE 4dr Sedan.
Pre-owned Pontiac Bonneville models are available with a 3.8 L-liter gas engine, with output up to 165 hp, depending on engine type.
The Used 1990 Pontiac Bonneville comes with front wheel drive.
Available transmissions include: 4-speed automatic.
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