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Pontiac Sunfire

Pontiac Sunfire Sales Figures

Pontiac Sunfire

Here you will find yearly Canadian and U.S. sales figures for the Pontiac Sunfire. The Pontiac Sunfire was a compact car manufactured by General Motors and sold under the Pontiac brand. Produced from 1995 to 2005, the Sunfire was marketed as an affordable and sporty option for younger buyers and those looking for a budget-friendly vehicle.

The Sunfire was introduced in 1995 to replace the Pontiac Sunbird and shared many components with its Chevrolet sibling, the Cavalier. Available in coupe, sedan, and convertible body styles, the Sunfire offered a variety of options for different preferences. Most models were front-wheel drive and were known for their simple, straightforward design and features. Throughout its production run, the Sunfire was equipped with various inline-4 engines ranging from 2.2 to 2.4 liters. Both 5-speed manual and 3- or 4-speed automatic transmissions were available, depending on the year and configuration.

The Sunfire GT was the sportier version of the car, offering a more powerful 2.4-liter engine with greater horsepower. It featured distinctive styling cues, including fog lights, sport suspension, and unique alloy wheels. The Sunfire was received as a value-oriented compact car, appealing mainly to budget-conscious consumers. While it didn’t stand out for its performance or luxury, it did provide reliable transportation for many owners. The Pontiac Sunfire was discontinued after the 2005 model year, ending a decade-long production run. It was succeeded by the Pontiac G5 in Canada, while the U.S. market shifted its focus to other models in the Pontiac lineup.

Pontiac Sunfire U.S Sales Data & Charts

The Pontiac Sunfire represented an era of affordable, entry-level vehicles that prioritized cost savings and simplicity. While it may not have been a standout in terms of performance or luxury, it filled a niche in the market and became a common sight on the roads during its production years.

Year Sales Units
2005 25,114
2006 853
2007 39

Source: Automakers & ANDC