What is the fastest Pontiac Fiero?
The 15 Fastest Cars Pontiac Ever Produced
- 9 1987 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am GTA (140 mph)
- 10 2008 Pontiac G8 GT (137 mph)
- 11 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT (132 mph)
- 12 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge Ram Air III (130 mph)
- 13 2006 Pontiac G6 GTP (130 mph)
- 14 1990 Pontiac Turbo Grand Prix (128 mph)
- 15 1985 Pontiac Fiero GT (125 mph)
What engine did the Fiero have?
|Engine||2.5 L (151 cu in) LR8 I4 2.8 L (173 cu in) L44 V6|
|Transmission||3-speed THM-125 automatic 4-speed Muncie manual 5-speed Getrag 282 manual 5-speed Isuzu manual|
|Wheelbase||2,373 mm (93.4 in)|
How fast can a Fiero go?
|Model||Pontiac Fiero||Pontiac Fiero GT|
|Power||92 hp||140 hp|
|Torque||134 lbft||170 lbft|
|Weight||1170 kg||1265 kg|
|Top speed||103 mph*||125 mph*|
How much power can a Fiero transmission handle?
They will be fine for 600 HP, unless you’re driving the car in situations where you are actually moving faster than you were with 100 HP. A 2700 lbs Fiero moving at 30 MPH is going to need the same amount of braking to stop, whether you have 100 HP or 600 HP as the peak performance of the engine.
Which Fiero is best?
1988 GT coupe
The best-performing Fieros in the market are 1988 GT coupe models. That final production year saw in improved suspension to make that model the best of the breed, and prices reflect it, with #2-condition values at $13,400.
Is a Fiero good?
In general, the Fiero was overbuilt, so the chassis and engines could withstand a lot of abuse. The Fiero is typically considered unreliable, but it can last for a long time as long as you fix these issues. It will always be an American classic.