Fondly called the Bonne', the Pontiac Bonneville has traveled a long road since its first appearance in the market. A car that combines luxury with performance, it is one of the oldest Pontiacs around and has retained this reputation because of the fact that it is a car with superb performance parts ready to meet up with any challenge on the road ahead.
The Pontiac Bonneville was once considered King of the Road'. It still holds true up to now with the coming of the latest models, all updated and improved to resurrect old Bonnevilles and give them a second chance. Great cars are treated as such - they don't molder inside garages or junkyards because once upon a time, they had sheer beauty and elegance. As another option, they are reconstructed using performance parts that fit. Those in the market could give even the oldest of cars the best refurbishing ever.
The Pontiac Bonneville comes in a four-door sedan with three trims - the SE, the SLE and the SSEi. All of Bonneville's trim levels feature power steering, air conditioning, power locks, power mirrors, cruise control, fog lamps and new stereo sound system. Safety equipments include four-wheel anti-lock brakes, four front air bags, anti-theft system and integrated front seat belts. Engines are the 3.8L V6 that delivers 205 horsepower and the 3.8L supercharged V6 that generates 240 horsepower. 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is also employed.
Other Bonneville parts which contribute to the performance of the car include tire pressure monitor, automatic level control, towing cap, speed control, headlamp control, floor mats, restraint system and entry system with illuminated keyless remote control. The Bonneville also sports a technology originated from fighter jets. Known as the head-up display, it projects information normally found elsewhere on the windshield, keeping the drivers' eyes absolutely on the road.
The Pontiac Bonneville was King of the Road', and it is still is. It is the performance parts which define the car, because they are those which comprise the entirety of a vehicle. When they work, a vehicle works. When one part goes out, the rest are affected. As the saying goes, a chain is only as good as its weakest link. Pontiac Bonneville parts definitely work together to make the car as it is. Patrons of the car would attest to the fact that substandard car parts could not compete with what the Bonneville has in store for its owners. When one owns a Bonneville equipped with splendid car parts, one consequently owns a car that could last through ages per se.