Used 1985 Pontiac Fiero for Sale in Milwaukee, WI
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1985 Pontiac Fiero User Reviews
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 like a true sports car that it is. I am very impressed with the GT over the SE. The power. stability and sturdeness is something my last Fiero couldn'nt touch. The 140 hp V6 engine is a dream to handle. I simply can't get enough of this car. It's fun to drive and it allows me to manuever in and out of traffic with the speed and swiftness I demand. Do it yourself maintenance on this car is inexpensive when serviced accordingly. The Fiero really is an unique car. I don't think I will ever get rid of this car unleess I am forced to by circumstance. Just remember this, Take Care of It and It Will Take Care of You.
Stylish, experimental, innovative- the Pontiac Fiero started as a commuter car and evolved into a real sports car. With the same dimensions and specs as a Ferrari Dino, GM made a rare offering from 1984 to 1988- a cool, sleek, mid engine sports car for those on a budget. Purists complained it didn't perform like a Dino, but the maintenance costs and reliability made the Fiero more practical as a daily driver. The mid-engine V6 gave me many thrills going along the twisty mountain roads, but I had to be careful when it rained or snowed- the car would swap ends fast as lightning. While honing my driving skills, this car made me look good. Beautiful.
A fun toy that is embodies the '80's. Have owned both four cylinder and V-6 versions. I would say that the "Iron Duke" 4 is a little more reliable and easier to tune up. At just under 100 hp, it isn't fast, so I recommend getting a Fiero with a manual transmission behind the Duke (auto is okay, though). It is, however, great on gas and suitable for normal driving conditions. The 2.8 V-6 Fieros (either auto or standard trans versions) will run circles around the 4 cyl models, but at the sacrifice of some fuel efficiency. If you purchase a V-6 model, hang on tight, because these cars seem a lot quicker that the 140 hp factory rating suggests. These cars will take care of you the way you take care of them. If you keep your lead foot in them all the time and drive them hard, they won't last long. However, treat them with respect and drive them normally, and they will last a surprisingly long time. Even with modifications such as souped up supercharged 3.8's, and wild suspension and exterior mods, these cars are not $200,000 sports cars--nor were they ever intended to be. Too many of these beautiful, unique cars are getting chopped up to make replica cars, butchered beyond recognition, and wrapped around trees by unskilled, wannabe racers. Factory stock, unmolested Fieros are quickly going extinct. Grab one while you can. And most of all, have fun.
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