1994 Pontiac Sunbird Review
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List Price Estimate
$738 - $1,743
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Edmunds' Expert Review
GT coupe, SE convertible and SE sedan vanish. Surviving are LE models and an SE coupe that comes standard with the GT's old bodywork. Convertibles get alloys and rear spoiler standard. SE comes with a 3.1-liter V6 standard.
Most helpful consumer reviews
I bought this car when i was a kid it was the best thing i ever did. This car was awesome. In the end it had some electrical problems but no matter what it always ran great. I never in the 8 years that i owned it did i put more than $1000.00 into it, including normal maintenance. It was absolutely great in the winter. Eventually i bought a grand prix for more room. I will always regret giving up the best car i owned to my husband to derby, but it took 3rd place. Overall i absolutely loved this car. The electrical problems i had were the abs system, the heater switch which was ran by a switch under my dash. Overall if you can find a sunbird in good condition buy it.
No problems with the car, 3.1L V6 is nice and strong, sounds really good when you step on tha gas!
My Pontiac Sunbird was purchased used a few years ago, and we've only had problem after problem. You name a part, and it's probably gone out and been replaced. Also, no matter what we do, the stupid thing always over heats if driven for over 45 minutes in town. It works fine for trips to the store or church, but that's about it. If given a choice, don't get this car.
Only fun with 3.1L V6 engine and top down. Great look and cheap to buy. Good resale value in spring.
Features & Specs
See all Used 1994 Pontiac Sunbird features & specs
22 city / 32 hwy
110 hp @ 5200 rpm