This is the most wonderful sedan that I have ever had. It has been nearly trouble free even though it is expected to move me safely through Alaska's arctic winters. It rides very comfortably over Alaska's less than perfect roads. Has great trunk space. Head and leg room is wonderful. Normally gets 20 to 22 mpg unless I'm traveling in light, open road traffic at 80+ mph, in which case the mileage go up over 30 mpg.
Head and leg room; quick acceleration; large trunk space; reliability.
This is one fine automobile. Four months after buying took it for quick boot from Canada to Cape Hatteras N.C. with power to spare and comfort matched only by higher end cars this trip was a blast. This car gives new meaning to the phrase "super charged"!! Although the gas mileage is not great, the money I saved not having to do any repairs makes up for it. This vehicle just keeps going and is "ever-ready".
The super charged engine, HUD, electronic climate control.
It is a very big/ safe feeling in the car. but i swear a full tank of gas would go in like half a day. it eats it up, The blind spots are annoying. But pretty comfortable, i've fallen asleep in it. but overall i'm not sure if id suggest it unless you are planning to take residence in it
comfort and safety
gas, ugly, blind spots and it's just way too big to be that low to the ground overall personally i hated it , but it gets you from A to B
bought my bonnyville from a private owner with only 40,000 miles. the interior & exterior are still beautiful but since my purchase I have replaced virtually EVERY part on the car. It is a true lemon. It now has 94,000 miles and just when I thought there was nothing left to replace, there is a crunching sound in the front end whenever I make a turn. NOW WHAT? I would sell it but they don't have much value anymore.