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Pontiac may be blackballed from the automotive fraternity. The General Motors Corp. division did the unthinkable. At a time when rebates, zero percent financing and $50 below invoicesales are the norm to sell cars, Pontiac went and lowered the price. The subcompact Sunbird GT convertible wasn`t selling well in the 1989model year, a mere 3,009 copies for the 12 months of the model ru... Read full review for the 1990 Pontiac Sunbird

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96 horsepower is not safe to drive

by Random Car girl from New Haven, CT on January 10, 2007

The performance is extremely lacking. The car would function better in flat warm climates. Don't purchase this vehicle if you live in snowy areas, or the mountains. Cause chances are it will die on yo... Read Full Review


Crash-Test Reports


Great news! There are currently no known recalls on 1990 Pontiac Sunbird.