1998 Pontiac Sunfire 4 DR SE 2.2 Liter from North America
Flat out not worth 50.00
Power steering pump, temp censor, racapinion, oil pan, transmission (almost going out) struts all around, air temp censor etc...
This car is not worth the money, and if you want to buy one, you better get it looked at before you do.
I bought the car for 2100 dollars, and only put 4000 miles on it, then came to find out that all this stuff is going wrong at once...
It's not comfortable at all, no space and the door handles like to break all the time. This car is cheap and I would not ever buy another one.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 5th May, 2007
8th May 2007, 01:14
For what its worth, that's the highest mileage Sunfire I've seen yet.
19th Aug 2010, 21:34
Learn what's wrong with the car before you buy it.
I have 3 Sunfires; one has over 200,000, and is still running strong. Treat your Sunfire right and it's an amazing car.
2nd Sep 2010, 21:00
I have a 98 Sunfire with 206,300 miles, and it's still going good. Love it.
6th Jan 2011, 20:20
Ya, that's not even close to the highest mileage Sunfire I've seen. I live in the IA region of the Midwest, where Pontiac's are what you see on the road all the time, and the highest mileage Sunfire I've seen was a 98 Sunfire that was used by a vehicle parts delivery store that had around 337,000 miles with the original motor (never rebuilt). The only internal part ever replaced was a timing belt, and this Sunfire would still get up and go, and drove very good, considering the mileage. The transmission had been rebuilt around 205,000. The reason I know all this about the car, was because I used to drive it to deliver parts, when I used to work for the parts store, and what it comes down to, is how the vehicle is treated during life. If you're not hard on it all the time, it will last for a long time. And yes, some vehicles are manufactured with flaws; usually doesn't happen though, so again, it all comes down to how the person drives and treats a vehicle, as to how long it lasts! If you buy a older car with high mileage, you need to expect parts needing to be replaced, or should be replaced!!