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Pontiac Bonnevile Sales Figures

Pontiac Bonnevile

Here you will find yearly U.S. sales figures for the Pontiac Bonneville. The Pontiac Bonneville was a full-size car produced by American automobile manufacturer Pontiac from 1957 to 2005. It was one of Pontiac’s most popular and longest-lived models.

The Bonneville was originally introduced as a limited-production performance convertible in 1957. It was named after the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, where many land speed records had been set. The Bonneville was a success from the start, and it was soon expanded to include a four-door sedan, a two-door hardtop, and a station wagon. It was powered by a variety of V8 engines, and it was available with a variety of features, including air conditioning, power windows, and power brakes.

The Bonneville was a popular choice for families and executives. It was known for its comfortable ride, its powerful engines, and its luxurious interior. It was also a popular choice for police departments and taxicab companies. The Bonneville was discontinued in 2005 after 48 years of production. It was replaced by the Pontiac G8, which was also a full-size car.

Pontiac Bonnevile U.S Sales Data & Charts

Year Sales Units
2005 10,037
2006 1,160
2007 130

Source: Automakers & ANDC