What year was the last year that the Fiero was built?

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Asked by Oct 07, 2008 at 09:05 PM about the 1988 Pontiac Fiero GT

Question type: General

Pontiac built 2 protype Fieros in 1990. This is a photo of one of them.

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1988 was the last production year though

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And by all accounts they finally "got it right".... wtf?

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i heard rumors that the people at pontiac are thinking about bringing the fiero back again. lets hope if they do, it's not an epic fail like the GTO.

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88 was the last year. my hubby and i both drive them. he has a gt with a 2.2 lt turbo and i drive a formula with a 2.0 turbo. love the sound...can't help it. lol

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That is really cool. I have 3 and unfortunately lost my mind for a week and sold my 88 Formula. Sad day on record.

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88 was the last year the GT and Formula had a 2.8L motor Many parts are interchangeable with the Cavalier

1988 was the last year of the Fiero. At that time GM did work all the bugs out of it, but it was too late. She already had such a horrible reputation for being a car and a great rep for being a BBQ grill. Once the problems were solved they built the Saturn on that space frame and tried to keep that car out of trouble before it had a chance of taking off. There was a slight accident with the Saturn's radiator fluild but all the cars were quickly recalled and replaced with brand new cars. As an auto adjust back when, they wanted all the Fieros off the road so we were instruction to total them no mater how minor the damage was. Sad end to a cute car.

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