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1999 Pontiac Firebird OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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San Antonio, Texas
4.0
The car drives amazing for its age. It is a but small so if you are tall or heavy set be warned. My bigger friend has issues getting in and out. It is very stylish and comfortable, feels amazing to ride in.
I like the style, it looks like the Batmobile. I dislike how small it is, makes picking up friends a hassle.
Shane
Shane
Johnson City, Tennessee
4.0
Firebirds were great cars
The firebird is no longer manufactured by Pontiac motors. In fact, Pontiac doesn't exist at all. In their day they were some of the best "pony" cars that money could buy. My version had a V6, which while it didn't have the power of a V8, could outrun most of the cars on the road. The handling was sharp and felt like it bit into the pavement. The vehicle was aerodynamic, making long highway trips easy. It just sort of coasted down the road without needing to move the wheel all that much. Unfortunately the major selling point of the base firebird and Camaro was that they were affordable muscle cars. As inflation damaged the working class in America, they slowly became more difficult for the average worker to afford, and soon the only muscle cars that were being sold were top of the line vehicles like the Corvette. This led to the death of Pontiac, which was GMs performance division, but paradoxically did not sell their flagship performance cars.