2000 Pontiac Bonneville User Reviews
- $2,685 - $2,777
- Good engine.
- Keep your wallet handy for repairs
Purchased As Used
Purchased this for $2,400 with 140k. Knew it would have some problems, and I figured I'd have to put about $2k into it to get it into top shape. Spent about $850 for new tie rods, 2 new tires, lifetime alignment and balance, etc. Needs new axle due to CV boot torn and leaking (haven't owned a car that didn't need this done), water leaking from sunroof, oil and fuel gauge need replacing, front right wheel bearing needs replacing (which might remedy the ABS light and traction control not working), driver's side window motor needs replacing, and it is leaking steering fluid. So.... I'll probalby go over the $2k limit I tried to set for myself. This is a fun car to drive and is very comfortable, but just be ready to put in some money each month to repair a different component that is bound to fail....read morehide
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