SANTA BARBARA, California, U.S.A. — The Pontiac Bonneville represents the essence of General Motors Corp.'s saga this decade: an attempt to transform at warp speed an unimaginative, outdated offering into an appealing and contemporary commodity. And with the introduction of the '00 model of Pontiac Div.'s largest car, the early stages of GM's reincarnation deserves some kudos. To begin with, GM slightly cut prices on a car it overhauled from rubber to roof, including, as promised, a load ...

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