Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is proud to offer this 1988
Pontiac Fiero Formula for sale on consignment with our Arizona
showroom. First produced in 1983 for the 1984 model year, the Fiero
was the first mass-produced mid-engine sports car by an American
manufacturer. Production ended after the 1988 model year but not
before gaining quite a fan base. This Formula model was only
offered in 1988 and it kept the styling from the standard model
while offering a lot of the features of the GT model. Notably, the
new WS6 suspension design came on the Formula model with revised
control arms and knuckles up front and a new tri-link suspension
with revised knuckles out back. The WS6 equipped cars also saw a
staggered wheel setup with 15x6 inch wheels in the front and 15x7
wheels in the back and improved disc brakes. Approximately 5,643
Formulas were produced in 1988 with 2,897 offered with a manual
transmission. The "bright red" paint was offered on 1,966 models
and this example has aged gracefully. This Formula takes on the
spoiler, aluminum mesh wheels and sunroof from the GT model as well
as the 2.8L V6 and a manual transmission for the ultimate driving
experience. The grey cloth interior is in great condition with no
rips or tears, the plastic is in great shape and shows no signs of
excessive wear. The odometer reads 157,414 miles and is reported by
the owner as actual miles. An aftermarket AM/FM radio was installed
accompanied by a 10-disc CD changer. This vehicle keeps it simple
with manual windows, door lock and seats. Power brakes are standard
while the Fiero never offered power steering. The staff here can't
get over how well preserved this vehicle is considering the miles!
Give our helpful and knowledgeable Sales staff a call today to
reserve this ownership privilege for you by dialing (623) 900-4884.
Alternatively, we are quick to respond to any email inquiries sent
to [email protected]
1988 Pontiac Fiero
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