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Old 07-30-2007, 07:47 PM   #21
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She'* mine and she screams when I get on her hard

What a bunch of dirty minds
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By the way mine ended, First and foremost I would have to say:

1 saftey.
2 predicatable
3 traction control off button.
4 large back seat
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Old 07-30-2007, 08:21 PM   #23
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Reliability.
X2 there,

Even thought my car just hit 195K today. iv never really felt like it was going to leave me broken down on the side of the road yet.
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Well, back when I had a Bonne, I liked that the e-brake
was released by pushing it again with my foot. This way I was able to keep both hands on the wheel while executing bootleg turns.

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The auto on/off headlights, no more forgetting to turn off headlights.
My first thought when I read that was "Why? that "ding ding ding" when your lights are still on not enough of a clue?.............oh, never mind "
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the auto headlights, the power of the 3800, and the reliability, i've owned two of these cars and i've only been stranded once (and that was halfway up my driveway due to chafed crankshaft sensor wires on the 94). I like how The most money i've even spent on either of them at one time was for a set of tires. IMO they are the best cars gm has made, reliabilty, luxry. style, and performance all in one.

And being a mechanic i appriciate how roomy the engine compartment is, it keeps the busted knuckles down
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I love my color, I love the fog lights, and my #1 favorite thing about my car is the fact that I can rest my elbow on the console and put the palm of my hand on the shifter and be able to press buttons on the radio with the tips of my fingers, all without moving my arm.
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The first time I test drove a Bonneville, we were cruising down the road. The salesman reached over and pushed the English/Metric button. When I saw my speedometer recalibrate to MPH I just about drove off the road I said "That is just too cool!" I new at that point I had to have the car. There'* just too many things I love about my Bonneville, but that was the one thing that sold me right then and there
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my moon roof... i use it everyday and love it.
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I almost forgot my new favorite feature...the 12-disc CD changer! When looking for a newer Bonne I didn't care if it had the 12 disc changer. I thought I could live without it. But I'm so glad my 03 has it, because I hate changing CDs twice on my work commute. I love having 150+ songs in the changer and having them randomly cycle.

And I'm glad I have a moonroof again after 4 years of being without one.
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