Question by  jimmyxxx (18)

What kind of mileage should I expect from a 1988 Pontiac Bonneville?

I am buying one next week.


Answer by  6ixk (1156)

Around one hundred thousand in great condition, two hundred in bad condition. You want a good in between, or at least good service records backing up the facts of the mileage. Consult kelly blue book for the best price for the mileage you have on the vehicle. Good luck to you.


Answer by  tehphil (31)

This car, when new probably got around 20 miles per gallon, however, now that it is a little older, it does not reach peak performance or efficiency. The answer depends on a large number of factors, such as the mileage, timing, and even your tendencies as a driver. Driving reasonably, you can probably expect around 16.


Answer by  kimlouise1976 (40)

Well if you average it out to 10,000 kilometres a year then I would expect 220,000 kilometres but going off whats out there properly more like 300,000 kilometres.


Answer by  Grag (452)

It depends on the condition that it is in and how it was taken care of. my dads gets 25mog but my friends only gets 18mpg


Answer by  Doug77 (1433)

The Pontiac Bonneville is one of the best cars on the road as far as comfort, repairs and fuel mileage. I would expect any Bonneville to achieve 18-22 miles per gallon if driven conservatively.

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