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I am new here but have owned my 98 Sunfire for about 9 months now. It is a great car and has over 219k on the odometer. To all those people out there that say to get a fuel efficient car. I say...over 219k and I still get over 30 mpg. Eat that...

Glad to see that Pontiacs are well represented. Love mine and I plan to drive her til she won't go anymore. That may be another 100k, but that's good.

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Cool! I agree, I push 200hp and can get 33mpg with a V6 :D

Anything done to her?

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Very nice. Welcome! I'm not so much for fuel efficiency, I like power and ride. Fuel comes third. :)

Sent from my mind using telekinesis.

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Very nice. Welcome! I'm not so much for fuel efficiency, I like power and ride. Fuel comes third. :)

Sent from my mind using telekinesis.

You can't say your Ford Ranger is for power and ride :lol:

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Welcome n00b.

Clean looking Sunfire sedan. I'd say just add an intake, and drive it until it dies.

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To all those people out there that say to get a fuel efficient car. I say...over 219k and I still get over 30 mpg. Eat that...

Don't worry my daily driver is from 1978, averages 17 MPG Hahha

Glad to see another enthusiast come to Forever Pontiac!

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Don't worry my daily driver is from 1978, averages 17 MPG Hahha

Glad to see another enthusiast come to Forever Pontiac!

pfft the sv6 averages 14-15 mpg

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welcome

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Cool! I agree, I push 200hp and can get 33mpg with a V6 :D

Anything done to her?

Nope, she is completely stock. She will be getting new shoes all the way around, cold air intake and new lowered shocks, struts and springs this summer. The windows will be tinted next month.

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welcome.

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