Pontiac Bonneville Accessories & Parts

    About Pontiac Bonneville


    Being introduced in the faraway 1954 as a concept car, the Pontiac Bonneville was produced till 2005, having gone through nine generations. Its name was derived from the Bonneville Speedway, Utah, noted as home of the world land speed records. The Bonneville nameplate was first unveiled in 1954, when it was used to name a couple of bubble-topped GM Motorama concept cars. Later, in 1957, the name was given to a high-performance luxury convertible based on the Star Chief, and that's when the Bonneville actually became available for the consumers. As only 630 vehicles were produced that year, the 1957 Pontiac Bonneville became the most collectible Pontiac of all time. In 1958, the lineup was added by a coupe version, and the next year, a four-door hardtop and a station wagon became available as well. Thus in the third production year, the Bonneville became a full top-line series. In 1959, the Bonneville got the Wide Track slogan and the split grille that had been integral parts of the brand's image till its demise in 2010. The second and third generations were based on the B-body platform and came with the same RWD layout as the first generation. The capacity of the V8 engine, standard for the three generations, varied from 6.4 L to 7.5 L.

    After introduction of the Grand Ville series in 1971, the fourth generation of the Bonneville moved down in the Pontiac's model hierarchy. It was then available in three body styles: sedan, coupe, and convertible. A 7.5 L V8 engine delivering 280 hp came standard, and a 250-hp 6.5 L version was offered as an option. The same year, Pontiac reduced compression ratios on all engines to meet increasing federal emissions requirements. After the Grand Ville's demise in 1975, the Bonneville became the top-line Pontiac series again. The fifth-generation Bonneville, introduced in 1977, continued the flagship duties on the downsized big car line. The downsized vehicle was 800 lb lighter, 14'' shorter in length and about 4'' narrower than the previous-generation Bonnevilles. At the same time, the station wagon version came back, but a hardtop coupe and sedan were dropped, leaving only a pillared four-door sedan and a two-door coupe version available. The new fuel-economy standards mandated by the CAFE regulations resulted in discontinuation of the large engines with a 3.8 L Buick V6 engine becoming standard, and the V8 Pontiac-built gasoline engines and an Oldsmobile-built diesel powerplant offered as an option. In 1981, the full-sized Bonneville and Bonneville parts were discontinued due to sluggish sales.

    In 1982, the Bonneville name was inherited by the mid-sized Pontiac LeMans. The revived Bonneville was available in the Safari station wagon and a four-door sedan body styles. The engine choice included a 5.0 L Chevrolet V8, 3.8 L Buick V6, and 5.7 L Oldsmobile diesel V8 mated to a 3-speed THM200 automatic or a 4-speed 200-4R automatic transmission. 1987 year brought a completely different seventh-generation Bonneville, offered in a 4-door sedan body style only. The traditional RWD layout was changed to the more economical FWD, and the G-body platform was changed to the B-body. The car got new engines: a 3.8 L LG3 Buick V6 and a 3.8 L LN3 3800 Buick V6. The eight generation, unveiled in 1992, featured redesigned exterior and interior Bonneville parts. The Bonneville became both quicker and safer. The equipment changes included standard antilock brakes, offered in 1993, and standard dual airbags, offered in 1994. Keyless entry and electronic load leveling became available in 1997. The last generation was produced in 2000-2005. The Bonneville parts were totally redesigned. Though the general shape wasn't too different from the previous generation, the Bonneville became much sleeker. The sedan was powered by a 3.8 L Series II L36 V6, 3.8 L Series II L67 V6, or 4.6 L LD8 Cadillac V8 engine. February 8, 2005, General Motors announced that the Pontiac Bonneville would be dropped from the lineup for 2006. The last vehicle was assembled on May 27, 2005. That year, only 12,000 Bonnevilles were sold.

    After being in production for 47 years, the Pontiac Bonneville is one of the very few nameplates that have lasted that long. And like other long-lasting models, it experienced numerous redesigns and changes done to its parts. Having a reputation of both luxurious and performance-oriented vehicle, the Pontiac Bonneville became a real chronicle of what we have driven for years. And that's not a secret, Bonneville drivers cherish their vehicle with stylish accessories, and why not? This flashy, stylish icon still rules the road with uncompromising authority.

    There are no limits to the kind of seething potential simmering within this vehicle, which is precisely why CARiD is here with a full selection of the Pontiac Bonneville Accessories and Parts. Spoilers, wheels, floor mats, and grille guards are all included in our array of the Pontiac Bonneville accessories and parts. That's because we work side by side with the finest names in the business to ensure top-level quality at every turn, as well as the most complete selection around. Want to turn your vehicle into a sizzling piece of personalized machinery? Pontiac Bonneville accessories are the way to do it!



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    Whatever you expect from your Pontiac Bonneville, a bold look, mind-boggling performance, greater ride comfort, or safer driving, CARiD goes the extra mile to meet all your needs. Our extensive range of premium accessories and parts covers all the bases, whether you want your vehicle to be more powerful, smarter, fun to drive, or just need to restore it to original condition. We know how to throw a classy appeal into your Pontiac Bonneville and keep it providing the best performance, so trust us and get the greatest bang for the buck!


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    Average rating:54.8 - 9 reviews
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    2000 Pontiac Bonneville
    | Posted by | (Peoria, AZ)

    I was very happy with product. the ride is very smooth.

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