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Old 11-15-2005, 10:52 AM   #21
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I like the headrest look on the 2000+
and who really puts there head on them any ways. I dont

the trunk button is in a stupid place but I never use it. (not even in my old 97)
then agian the only key I ever use is my ignition key.
thanks Key FOB

it did take me a while to get use to the inside door panel.
by this I mean where my knee hits the door.
I drive with my left leg bent up and resting on the door
and in the 97 it was concaved in. vs the 2000 which is pretty
much straight.
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Old 11-15-2005, 01:24 PM   #22
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Looks good; makes me feel like my car is old. But I still love it so I don't care.
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Old 11-15-2005, 01:55 PM   #23
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<pouting> I want the smart seats too!!!

Thanks for the comparison! I noticed some of the differences from when I drove a 97...but this is really cool to see this one to one!
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I noticed I have a little different center console than your set-up in your 00 and my 03. Also my headrests have no holes in them.
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Here are some pics
Year 03 Bonneville


Year 00 Bonneville

Year 03 Bonneville

Year 00 Bonneville

Year 03 Headrests
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Old 11-15-2005, 07:04 PM   #26
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2003 Bonnevilles feature the interior seats seen on the 2nd Gen Olds Aurora.
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Old 11-15-2005, 11:13 PM   #27
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What are the buttons next to the lighter for?
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Driver and passenger side heated seat buttons on the outside and traction control in the middle.
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Driver and passenger side heated seat buttons on the outside and traction control in the middle.
Aahhhh yes! That'* a much smarter design than putting those heated seat buttons on the base of the seat. I crack up everytime someone says, "Whew! it'* hot in here!" not realizing that they've accidentially turned on the heated seats. Unfortunately, I have cold seats, so I don't have to worry about it...but it'* good to know for future car buying.

Curious..withe cup holder staggered like that...can you actually put two coffees or Burger King cups in them without them tipping each other? in the '00'*...you can't...the flared out tops push against each other...totally bad design! Looks like a better design in '00.
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Don't know only liquids that go in my car(so far) are capped liquids. Two bottles fit in fine and one cupholder is bigger that the other.
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