CHICAGO – Pontiac has mapped plans to revamp its product portfolio by 2006. But where the fullsize Bonneville sedan fits, if at all, is the question. "We'll build Bonneville through the ’05 model year, but beyond that we aren't sure what we'll do," Pontiac-GMC General Manager Jim Bunnell says in an interview. Last of the fullsize Bonneville sedans? The swing to SUVs and cross/utility vehicles has depleted the ranks of domestic fullsize sedan offerings to the Bonneville, Buick ...
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