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Pontiac Bonneville
Pontiac
Successor Pontiac G8
Production 1957-2005
Class Large Sport Car
Body Style 4-Door Sedan
Length 202.6 Inches
Width 74.2 Inches
Height 56.6 Inches
Wheelbase 112.0 Inches
Weight 3,633 - 3,790 LBS
Transmission 4-Speed Automatic
Engine 3.8L 3800 V6
4.6L NorthStar V8
Power V6 205 HP
V8 275 HP
Similar Oldsmobile 88
Buick Park Avenue
Designer General Motors

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