by Hydracid on Oct 22, 2004 Vehicle: 1999 Pontiac Sunfire SE 4dr Sedan
Only trouble I had was the side view
mirro connectors are cheaply made and
the light went out in the stereo
clock. I have only had to perform
routine maintainence which is nice.
This is a much better pontiac in
comparison to previous brands from
by TO Torn on Dec 11, 2003 Vehicle: 1999 Pontiac Sunfire SE 4dr Sedan
I purchased my Sunfire 3 years used,
and have had no serious problems, even
in our cold Canadian winters. I
had the rotors turned because of a
knob of rust that was making noise but
not affecting performance. The
interior is slightly under-par, but
what can I expect for a cheap car.
Also, I find that the ABS and the
traction control really helps me keep
a tight grip on our icy Canadian
roads. If you can find it, I would
suggest that you get the four gear, as
opposed to the three gear - drives
smoother at highway speeds. I would
recommend this car for anyone looking
for a good economical car.
by rosey on Jul 18, 2003 Vehicle: 1999 Pontiac Sunfire SE 4dr Sedan
I purchased my car after crashing my
brand new truck. It has proven to be a
very reliable car. Aside from the
usual wear and tear, this car has not
given me any major problems like my
other cars. Its great. Its affordable
and nice sporty/family look to it.
Nice. I would recommend it for a small
After Sunfire coupes got a rear spoiler last year, this year it's the sedan's turn, only as an option. The top-line 2.4-liter twin-cam engine is revised to improve breathing, including new fuel injectors, injection rails, exhaust manifold and catalytic converter. Fern Green Metallic is added to the paint color chart.