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1993 Pontiac Sunbird Convertible - Consumer Reviews

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SE 2.0L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual - (2 reviews )
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1993 Sunbird SE Convertible
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By littletantrim
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1993 Pontiac Sunbird Convertible SE 2dr Convertible


Review

When I got my car everything worked great. Now I have had to replace a few things like the battery and the thermostat. When I got it the top didn't show any signs of damage but after a year back by the back window the roof started to crack and rip. Above the back window also started sagging and coming apart. The AC was never really cool, but the heat is very nice. One of the windows also doesn't work and some of the plastic molding on the outside of the car has started to pull away from the door. The plastic pieces inside of the car are not really that great. The dash right above the clock also looks like it might start pulling away. Its a nice car if you are a smaller person.


Best Features

The way that it handles.


Worst Features

Make it more durable.


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great first car
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Fuel Economy
Fun To Drive
Interior Design
Exterior Design
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Reliability
By LawBoyDavid
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1993 Pontiac Sunbird Convertible SE 2dr Convertible


Review

I've had this car since I was 16 and am now about to turn 25. It's great during the summers and okay during the winters. 3.1 L V6 engine still runs great with 180,000 miles, as does transmission (knock on wood). As with all conv. tops, have had to replace this one twice due to rips in seams, but I also constantly take it up and down during the summer. This has really been a great car and would be a great car for any kid who doesn't have the money, but loves to drive with the top down.


Best Features

convertible, V6 engine, reliability, enough space in the trunk for golf clubs, books, and anything else a college kid needs


Worst Features

Before you even think about taking this car out, make sure the alternator has a lifetime warranty. I went through 8 in 2 years before finally breaking down and paying the extra 200 for the lifetime warranty. Still going strong 7 years later. The V6 is notorius for bad alt's.


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