1984 Pontiac Fiero SE 4 cylinder from North America
I love my little car and would encourage others to check out the Fiero
Replaced the whole front suspension including shocks, brakes and calipers.
Replaced the rear struts.
Replaced the dash.
Added better stereo with cassette.
Repairing the engine as we speak.
Added custom striping.
I absolutely love my Fiero. I also love upgrading and especially customizing it.
It was the second Fiero in our family, so my plate reads Fiero2.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 4th March, 2001
23rd May 2001, 14:26
Hi tell me more please. should I sell my fiero I bought for 700 bucks. I need someone to appraise it.
7th Jan 2002, 19:28
Hi I am thinking of purchasing a 1985 Fiero that has 90k miles, looks to be in good shape and runs nice. A dealer has it and has had it for quite sometime. I am wondering what a fair price would be, thanks in advance for your input.
Also, how reliable are these cars? I have heard both pros and cons, it has the 4 cyl and automatic.
22nd Oct 2002, 19:41
I just got myself a 1985 Fiero with 150k miles for around 12.5k If that helps what number to estimate for well there ya go.
28th Jan 2009, 10:16
I love my car I got it when I was 17. It was $500 and has 120,000 miles. I love it!!! I would tell everyone to at least drive one if not purchase one. I've had it for like a year now.
26th Dec 2009, 15:17
Does the 84 Fiero have frame rust problems?
14th Jun 2012, 17:39
I am buying a red 84 Pontiac Fiero tomorrow for $500, and it had 130,000 miles on it.. I would like some input about this, and is the Fiero all bad like everyone says? I've always wanted one since my dad started talking about it. I am 17, soon to be 18, and I finally get one, and with my own money! I'm excited, but also worried.. Please email me firstname.lastname@example.org