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PONTIAC Bonneville Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 5
First production year: 1958
Engines: Gasoline
 

2004 - 2005

It was the last refresh for the Pontiac Bonneville, a car which was on the market since 1958 and reached its tenth generation in 2000. GM tried to find new ways to keep the Bonneville nameplate on the market and refreshed it in 2004 for the 2005 model year lineup. Along with the upgraded exterior and new materials for the interior, the car received a V-8 engine carried over from Cadillac. It ...

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gasoline engines:

  PONTIAC Bonneville 3.8L V6 4AT (210 HP)

  PONTIAC Bonneville 4.6L V8 4AT (275 HP)

2000 - 2003

The tenth and last generation of the Bonneville saw the broad light in 2000 and shared its underpinnings with the Oldsmobile Aurora and the Cadillac Seville. It was designed for those who needed a family car but still enjoyed spirited driving. Pontiac used to make sports-oriented vehicles, and that didn't change when it launched the 2000 model-year Bonneville. Unfortunately for the brand...

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gasoline engines:

  PONTIAC Bonneville 3.8L V6 4AT (210 HP)

  PONTIAC Bonneville 3.8L V6 Supercharged 4AT (240 HP)

1961 - 1964

Pontiac raced hard through Bonneville generations and, after just three years since it unveiled the first generation, the carmaker brought the third generation, which lasted only three years. Made as the top of the line Pontiac in the stable, the Bonneville was already offered in a few body shapes such as coupe, convertible, a sedan with four doors, and station wagon. But it was the coupe tha...

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gasoline engines:

  PONTIAC Bonneville 6.4 V8 3AT (235 HP)

  PONTIAC Bonneville 6.4 V8 3AT (306 HP)

  PONTIAC Bonneville 6.4 V8 3MT (235 HP)

  PONTIAC Bonneville 6.4 V8 3MT (306 HP)

  PONTIAC Bonneville 6.9 V8 3AT (405 HP)

  PONTIAC Bonneville 6.9 V8 3MT (405 HP)

1959 - 1960

It was born before the muscle-car era began and was available as a coupe and a convertible. It was a blue-collar hero of affordable speed within GM. The space-age design era was already there, and the American car designers tried hard to put rocket-like taillights and big (bigger) fins at the back of the car. While doing this, the engineers tried harder to make the cars lighter, and, somehow,...

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1958 - 1958

The Bonneville nameplate appeared on the Star Chief lineup as a trim level, but in 1958 Pontiac introduced it as a separate, personal luxury coupe model. Born in the times of the Space Race between the U.S. and Soviet Union, Bonneville featured plenty of rocket-inspired elements. Pontiac also put more chrome on that car than other carmakers placed on their entire range. It was built to celebr...

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