Originally Posted by Shadow
Well the GXP did have bigger rotors than any other Bonneville.
Sadly that'* not saying much. Members here have had brake issues on their GXP within 30k, IIRC.
Out of the Family stable of cars, we have an 88 Nova (toyota product) a 93 Bonnie, 98 Yukon, 01 Camry, 06 Solstice. The Bonnie and Yukon have needed CONSTANT attention to brakes. The Yukon is the worst, even with hardened/slotted performance rotors, and it'* not being raced around town.
The Solstice is obviously geared towards performance, so it has larger rotors accordingly, and the Nova has only needed the normal brake jobs in it'* 18 years of life. Brakes are #1 important part on cars, they SHOULD NOT have corners cut.
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