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Bought a new car that has 4 wheel drive, need to sell my old one.
Used 2003 Pontiac Sunfire 134,700 miles
La Crosse, WI
2003 Pontiac Sunfire Coupe$3,600 OBOAround 134,700 milesAutomatic transmission, white exterior, gray interior, fog lights, front airbags, rear spoiler, power locks/keyless entry, moon roof, cd player, well-kept interior.Expert ReviewsBy Jim FlammangCars.com National May 7, 2003Posted on 10/17/02Vehicle OverviewA restyled front end and rear end are the most noticeable changes to Pontiac's smallest, lowest-priced model for the 2003 model year. The Sunfire's sport suspension has been modified, and a 60/40-split, folding rear seat has been installed.A new Ecotec 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine produces 140 horsepower.ExteriorThe Sunfire flaunts Pontiac's sportier personality and exhibits different front and rear styling than the Cavalier. A rear spoiler is standard. Mounted on a 104.1-inch wheelbase, the Sunfire coupe measures 182 inches long overall and stands 53 inches tall. The Sunfire may be equipped with a base or sport-type suspension.InteriorWith its front buckets and three-place rear seat, five occupants fit inside the Sunfire. The car has a floor-mounted transmission shift lever. The standard center console includes a padded armrest, two cupholders for front occupants, and storage slots for coins, tapes and CDs. Air conditioning and a rear-window defogger are standard.Under the HoodAll Sunfires now use an Ecotec 140-hp, 2.2-liter dual-overhead-cam four-cylinder engine. A five-speed-manual transmission is standard, and a four-speed automatic is optional.SafetyAntilock brakes are standard, and side-impact airbags are not available.Driving ImpressionsThe Sunfire's handling leans toward ordinary, but this compact car has very good control. Its steering takes a little effort, but responses are satisfying. The base suspension deals fairly well with road imperfections, but it transmits quite a bit of jarring to occupants over rough pavement.The Sunfire's interior is typical of Pontiac; it boasts a sportier image than the Cavalier. The reasonably spacious two-door Sunfire still qualifies as a good value for shoppers who seek sensible transportation and don't demand the latest in technology, safety features or fashionable styling.
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Air Conditioning, Antilock Brakes, CD Player, Center Console, Keyless Entry, Moon Roof
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