1995 Pontiac Firebird Overview


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14 national listings
3 national listings
Avg. Price: $6,568
Formula Convertible
3 national listings
Trans Am
8 national listings
Trans Am Convertible
3 national listings

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4.35 stars

Based on 39 reviews

Inexpensive To Buy, Fun To Drive, Looks Great And Not Hard To Work On by gtwildfire
 — I'm 42 years old and have owned 27 cars and 3 motorcycles. I've bought and sold cars for just about every reason imagineable, alhough I only drove 2 to the grave. My latest acquisition was a 95 Fireb... Read More
95 Pontiac Firebird 2dr Standard Coupe Auto Transmission 3.4l V6 by Rory
 — This car is my first car, but i cant see myself having another one unless i still have this in my driveway. I bought it for 2900 with 116000 miles on it. It drives like its new. grips the road very we... Read More
Fantastic And Fun, Yet Practical Sports Car by Tony
 — I absolutely love Firebirds, and this one is a prime example. Though it is a V6, it is still powerful and has great performance overall, while maintaining an astounding average of around 24 mpg. The T... Read More

1995 Pontiac Firebird Overview

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Based on 39 reviews

1995 Pontiac Firebird

The Firebird continues to impress aficionados and potential consumers alike with its exciting ride and powerful engine (base engine is a 3.4-liter 160-hp V6 and the Trans Am brings a 5.7-liter 275-hp LT1 V8 with six speeds). The 1995 model is very similar to the 1994, having only introduced three new colors and some interior changes for all models and new wheels on the Trans Am.

The rear wheel drive and low suspension make for a road-hugging ride that may feel a little slippery in winter weather. Otherwise, Firebird brings its standard promises: an exciting though noisy ride for the driver and front-seat package, with a cramped ride for anyone who dare try to fit in the back seat.


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Pontiac Firebird Questions


Runs Hot 190-240 But Heater Blows Cold Air

the temp guage goes to 185 then raises to 240 then back to 180. meanwhile the heater is blowing cold air. Then I park it for five minutes, the temp goes down to 180 and stays there and the heater star...

15,531 views with 20 answers (last answer about a month ago)

Key Won't Turn All The Way Off To Get Key Out On 1995 Pontiac Firebird

17 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 months ago)

How Do I Get The Broken End Of The Crank Shaft Pickup Out To Replace It?

can see the magnet at the bottom.

6 views with no answers yet

Passenger Headlight Wont Stay Down, When You Turn On Headlights It Shuts T...

16 views with 1 answer (last answer 4 months ago)

Recently Replaced Opti Spark. Car Ran Fine Till Motor Got Wet. Replaced Plu...

Could this be a electrical issue. This was a problem in the past also.

43 views with 5 answers (last answer 4 months ago)