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Pontiac Fiero

Pontiac Fiero in Crazy Moon, Movie made for TV, 1987 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

Pontiac Fiero

[*] Background vehicle

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mike962 DE

2022-05-28 19:07

Pontiac Fiero ?

why would anybody sane buy this instead of the Firebird ?

-- Last edit: 2022-05-28 19:10:20

Lateef NO

2022-05-28 19:10

There's no correlation between sanity and wealth.

RedBoy9199 DE

2022-05-28 19:11

mike962 wrote Pontiac Fiero ?

why would anybody sane buy this instead of the Firebird ?

Yes. It's an Fiero.

mike962 DE

2022-05-28 19:12

weren't they about same price tag ?

Lateef NO

2022-05-28 19:27

A base Fiero cost $7,999 in 1984, while a base Firebird cost $8,753. Fiero Sport cost $8,819 while Fiero SE cost $9,919. In comparison, a Firebird SE cost $11,053 and a Trans Am cost $11,103.

mike962 DE

2022-05-28 19:37

well I would spend the extra for the Firebird , the Fiero looks too fragile and was even then critisized for it's lack of performance, safety and reliability

zodiac SE

2022-05-28 20:01

If I remember my sources (1980's magazines) the Fiero was marketed as an inovative car, which might applied to at least some.
Also I believe the plastics might have contributed to better fuel economy, perhaps important to some when fuel prices soared.

night cub US

2022-05-28 20:22

The Fiero was smaller, lightweight and mid-engine, it cost less as well. It was a different driving experience than the Trans Am.

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