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Pontiac Sunfire Features and Specs

Features & Specs

  • Engine 2.2 L Inline 4-cylinder
  • Drivetrain Front Wheel Drive
  • Transmission 5-speed Manual
  • Horse Power 120 hp @ 5200 rpm
  • Fuel Economy 21/33 mpg
  • Bluetooth No
  • Navigation No
  • Heated Seats No

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  • What's New for 1995

    All-new replacement for aged Sunbird comes in SE coupe or sedan, and GT coupe trim levels. An SE convertible debuted midyear. Dual airbags, ABS, tilt steering and tachometer are standard. Base engine is a 2.2-liter four-cylinder good for 120 horsepower. GT models get a 150-horsepower Quad 4 engine, which is optional on SE. Order the four-speed automatic transmission and you'll get traction control.

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Big fan

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Vehicle: 1995 Pontiac Sunfire SE 4dr Sedan

I see a lot of poor reviews about this car, and I can understand why. Personally, I love this car but have had other similar Pontiacs that were terrible. The only major money spent on this car was $1000 because there was rust in the gas tank. Other than that, I add oil once every 4 months and just let it burn off. I bought it for $1000 and planned on just running it into the dirt while I saved for a new one but it is still here. Somehow it is still running strong with no major problems :)




Bad reliabily

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Vehicle: 1995 Pontiac Sunfire SE 4dr Sedan

so i got this car from my cousins that tought i needed a car so i worked fine for about 8 mths until i was driving downtown at 60 kmh and the brakes failed. so it was fixed for a ridiculous price of 600 dollars. 3 mths later it stalled at a drivethru . the people had to push . it needed a alternator and a battery. 650 dollars. then we took it on a trip 2 hrs highway driving at abount 125-150 kmh. it went there good then on a country road to the highway it stalled when we picked flowers from the road 6 starts to get it going. it drove back ok until a rest stop 4 starts to get it going when i dropped off my best friend after 2 hrs of highway driving at 140150 it died R.I.P so i got a new car




Ery disappointed

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Vehicle: 1995 Pontiac Sunfire SE 4dr Sedan

I have spent a fortune in repairs for this vehicle. I have sworn off Pontiac for the rest of my life! Everything from the air conditioning, transmission and engine has had major problems. Thank goodness I had an extended warrenty. I am now trading it in for a Toyota and I am confident I will not be taking it in for every repair under the sun. My engine is now losing pressure and will need to be overhauled....need I say more?!?!




Sacking yourself hurts less

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Vehicle: 1995 Pontiac Sunfire SE 4dr Sedan

Nothing, and I mean nothing has gone right with this car. I cannot express how angry it has made me. I have replaced, drivers seat twice, head gasket twice, head, driving lights, alternator, driverside door, the horn doesn't work, the rear window defogger needed fixing. All this and no accidents to cause any of it.Both front wheel mounts need to be replaced, the main gasket for the oil needs replacing. There is a short in the electrical system that causes the abs warning light to come on if the four ways are turned on. All in all I want to repaint this car yellow and put a stem on the hood so everyone can see THE LEMON IT IS!!!!!




Affordable, good all around car

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Vehicle: 1995 Pontiac Sunfire SE 4dr Sedan

Bought my 95 Sunfire used in 99 It has 135K on it and people still ask me if its a 99. This car has been a very good performer. The handling is smooth althought the steering feels a bit loose in neutral position. Its not a sports car but with the right set of tires it really sticks to the road. Front seat comfort is good and gives a nice driving position. Back seats are a bit hard. Look for rust around the fuel door. I had small rust spots appear however it was only surface rust, primer and touch up will give those a permenant cure. The only parts i replaced are the starter, rack&pignon, front susp top plates and tab bushings and the usual breaks, tires




Good value, average car.

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Vehicle: 1995 Pontiac Sunfire SE 4dr Sedan

I haven't had much to complain about going into my 6th year with the Sunfire. 150,000 miles and still going strong. Why this car gets knocked in anybody's value dept. is a mystery to me. Most cars with 150,000 miles are ready for the junk heap. I wouldn't dare trade this solid car in right now for the price they'd offer. I'm going to drive it 'til it dies, which may be a while.



Full 1995 Pontiac Sunfire Review

What's New for 1995

All-new replacement for aged Sunbird comes in SE coupe or sedan, and GT coupe trim levels. An SE convertible debuted midyear. Dual airbags, ABS, tilt steering and tachometer are standard. Base engine is a 2.2-liter four-cylinder good for 120 horsepower. GT models get a 150-horsepower Quad 4 engine, which is optional on SE. Order the four-speed automatic transmission and you'll get traction control.

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Gas Mileage

EPA-Rated MPG

  • 21
  • cty
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  • 33
  • highway
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