The 2003 Pontiac Bonneville sees only a few small changes. The SE features newly-styled 16-inch steel wheels and a standard AM/FM radio with a CD stereo, while all models can be upgraded with optional XM Satellite Radio. Side airbags are no longer standard equipment but are available as an option for SE and SLE.
The 2003 Pontiac Bonneville sedan is billed as ""luxury with attitude,"" and it's a decent sport sedan for the price. It doesn’t manage the combination of luxury and performance like a Mercedes-Benz nor will it offer driving thrills on par with a BMW. In its own right, it has a respectable amount of features, solid performance, a decent ride, and some affordability for its class. But there are better choices for sports sedans out there, so prospective buyers should at least check out the competition before making a purchase.
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