In 1994, Pontiac introduced the Sunbird's replacement, the Sunfire. With the name change, Pontiac also ushered in sweeping changes in its body style. Available as a convertible, coupe or sedan, the Sunbird shares its J-body styling with the Chevrolet Cavalier. The Sunbird was produced for 11 years until 2005. During that time, it underwent two major facelifts in design. In 2000, the plastic cladding that was often seen on Pontiac vehicles of that time period, was added. In 2003, an updated and sleeker look emerged for the Sunbird. Production for this car began to wind down with only the coupe available in the United States from 2003 until 2005. Mexico and Canada continued to see the Sunfire available in its sedan model until production ceased in 2005. GM rolled out the G5 as the Sunfire's replacement in Canada in 2006 and the United States in 2007.
How much does it cost to replace glass on a Pontiac Sunfire?
The cost of replacing your Pontiac's Auto Glass depends on a number of factors, including:
- Side Glass (Door Glass, Vent Glass, Quarter Glass)
- Back Glass (Also called, Rear Windshield or Rear Glass)
Technology Options on your glass, such as rain sensors, adaptive cruise control, etc.
- Chipped Windshield Repair
- Scratched Windshield Repair
- Cracked Windshield Repair
Location -- part and labor prices vary depending on where you live.
But what we can do is share with you some of the quotes customers like yourself have recently received on Glass.net.