2004 Pontiac Sunfire

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$10,895

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2004 Pontiac Sunfire

Key specs

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Overview

1 trim

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Consumer reviews

Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 3.8
  • Interior design 3.8
  • Performance 4.2
  • Value for the money 4.4
  • Exterior styling 4.3
  • Reliability 4.3

Most recent consumer reviews

4.3

what a little tank

This car is an oddly reliable car. I have had to change out only a handful of parts to keep it running. With the changing vehicle environment of LED headlights I am constantly blinded on the road at night. I choose to no longer drive it at night or in rainy environments. Other than that, the Sunfire has continued to be a reliable car for me over the last 7 years with it being in my family 7 years prior to my ownership. I recommend to friends who are looking to collect their first classic car since it will officially be a classic in 3 years or if they have a tight budget for a vehicle that can take just them to and from work

2.9

Ok car for they money

I bought my 2004 Sunfire used. After it sat for a year it started and passed emissions. I drove it to see my mother 400 miles one way and back. Did not have problems until I got back. The engine light came on. I replaced the temperature sensor and the whole car went crazy. Transmission would not change gears, fuel pump out would not start car,prior to the fuel pump it ran hot fan would not work ac went out. It also has a wobble in the front end even after new tires. Took it to the shop and 800.00 later they change the temperature sensor again along with a new fuel pump. It is a gas hog. Takes more gas than my SUV. Would not recommend

3.6

First car

So all I’m going to say is, it’s 2019. Bought this car for 300. It was about to go to the junk yard. Come inspection time I put 750 into it for regular wear and tear as in rocker panels and what not. I have no doubts she will run another year. Or more. These cars live a long time. I love my little sun fire. Although I want something that’s a little more updated I can honestly say I never want to stop driving her especially since there is no point to stop.

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