Used 2000 Pontiac Sunfire Coupe Consumer Reviews

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green machine, 04/18/2008
GT 2dr Coupe
2 of 2 people found this review helpful

Lots of small repairs but worth it. Steering is awesome but braking is ok.

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gabrielgata, 01/28/2013
SE 2dr Coupe
1 of 1 people found this review helpful

I purchased my 2000 Sunfire about 10 years ago. When I bought it it had 65,000 on it, it now has 285,000! For the most part it has been a great car, however I have replaced.....fuel pump, clutch, wheel barrings twice, electrical problems, radiator twice, many break jobs, gasket cap, batteries, etc....but that is to be expected considering how many miles it has. Over all a good car. It currently needs $600 worth of work done on it so I am now looking for a newer car. This time around looking to purchase a Mazda or a Honda.

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Great car and sad thats its gone

Kenzie, 07/30/2009
SE 2dr Coupe
1 of 1 people found this review helpful

My sunfire was the first car I ever got and I drove the crap out of it. It ran great and in the seven years I had it I replaced the fuel pump and breaks. The other day I got hit by a gravel truck and even with the low safety rating this car had me and my dog walked away from the accident fine. I'm sad to see my sunfire go and it will be missed

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A Great Little Car!

slayer, 08/04/2002
SE 2dr Coupe
1 of 1 people found this review helpful

I love this little car! I did get the 2.4 Twin Cam 150 HP engine and the sun- roof and hi-powered stereo. I have had no problems and this is definatly an underrated vehicle in my opinion. It is alot of fun to drive and really runs well.

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Bad and expensive

pontiacsucks, 02/22/2008
SE 2dr Coupe
0 of 1 people found this review helpful

This car has left us stranded on the road twice (60,000 - 70,000). First, instrument cluster failure ($650 repair). Second, ignition switch failure ($216). In between the transmission wouldn't shift from 1st gear. Cost $2450 to fix! It is a POJ!

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