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1986 Pontiac Fiero SEReview
Joel1371 writes:
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I Would Not Buy This Car Agian. — This was my first car and was great for a sixteen year old because it was so underpowered making it hard to speed or even pass other cars. It look great and it would never rust because it was fiberglass. Also you could carry only one other person or your school bag.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Looks great.

Cons: All show and no go.

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1986 Pontiac Fiero Sport Review
Mysterion says:
vs1988 Buick Reatta
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Power Ranked 1988 Buick Reatta better.
"fiero iron duke slow unless fitted with holley speed options aftermarket"
Back Seats Ranked 1988 Buick Reatta better.
"no back seats "

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Reviews From Other Years

1988 Pontiac Fiero Reviews

Review By Guru9SWY6M

I have an 88 fiero yellow formula. It has 101k. Bought it new for the wife. Spent its whole life in a garage. E erything original save tires struts/shocks battery. Great little car, part of the family... Read More

Review By Norm

Typical 80s interior, not typical of GM reliability of the era (actually, and surprisingly, very reliable), it handles especially well. Like driving on rails is an apt description Read More

1987 Pontiac Fiero Reviews

I Enjoy It, But The Next Person May Hate It, It's All About What You Want Out Of It By Matthew

Same as above, good for fun, not so much for a family or safety. But it's a great track and or weekend driver. Cost to maintain is low if you have any mechanic ability your self. I would recommend. Th... Read More

My 2nd Fiero...had To Have Another By Melissa

Great little car, handles great, fun to drive and super quick. I had one in the 80's and had to have another one. They are a bit pricey to fix. It is hard to find one in excellent condition that hasn'... Read More

1985 Pontiac Fiero Reviews

Review By Zdocglock

The 1985 Fiero was a sporty commuter. It wasnt until 1987, that it got the 5-speed Getrag transmission and it didnt receive the Lotus-style suspension and all the other upgrades until 1988, the final ... Read More

The 80's Has Never Looked And Felt So Good By Eddie

This is my second Fiero. The first model I owned was the SE and my second and current model is the GT. I LOVE this car. For something this sporty that was produced in the mid 80's, this car handles... Read More

1984 Pontiac Fiero Reviews

Dont Buy The Base Model. The V6 Ones Are A Lot More Fun By Jeff

performance: no power at all the 2.5 inline four was pathetic. Build quality: cheap plastic interior so it cracked. Appearance: looked cool and unique Cost of ownership: Needed lots of work at only 7... Read More

Fieros Are Getting Old, And You Need To Know How To Work On Them, Because Things Constantly Wear Out By Charles

Fieros are fun to drive because of the handling. They are great on twisty roads. I get 22 mpg, which isn't great, but not bad either. Many owners swap the engine to something more powerful, but min... Read More

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