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1984 Fiero

Quick Notes on Pontiac Fiero 0-60 Acceleration

    • Average 1984 Pontiac Fiero 0-60 acceleration: 11.4 s to 60 mph
    • Slowest 1984 Pontiac Fiero 0-60 acceleration: 11.4 s to 60 mph
    • Fastest 1984 Pontiac Fiero 0-60 acceleration: 11.4 s to 60 mph
    • Engine power: 93 hp (69 kW)
    • Average torque: 182 Nm
    • Comparison to world average: -26 % slower
    • Comparison to the world's fastest: 11 s slower
    • Acceleration to weight ratio: 93 kg/s
    • Acceleration to power ratio: 8 hp/s (6 kW/s)
    • Accelete rating: 6/10
Engine 0—60 mph 0—100 km/h Top Speed Averange Economy
Sport 2.5 11.4 s 12 s 103 mph -
Engine Sport 2.5
0—60 mph 11.4 s
0—100 km/h 12 s
Top Speed 103 mph
Averange Economy -

1983 Pontiac Fiero 0-60 acceleration graph

In 1984 Pontiac Fiero 0-60 acceleration was 11.4 seconds.

  • Sport 2.5 — 11.4 s to 60 mph
  • 1983 Pontiac Fiero 0-60 mph compared to world average (7.8 s)

    Pontiac Fiero 0-60 mph was up to 20% slower in 1984 than world's average.

  • Sport 2.5 was 20% slower than average car
  • 1983 Pontiac Fiero 0-60 mph acceleration to car weight ratio

    In 1984, Pontiac Fiero 0-60 mph to car weight ratio is shown below:

  • Sport 2.5 showed 97.98 kg/s-miles
  • 1984 Fiero Pontiac 0-60 acceleration data

    Vehicle Acceleration 0—60 mph (0—100 km/h) Maximum speed Acceleration to passenger ratio Fuel consumption at high speed Fuel type / gearbox
    Sport 2.5 11.4 s to 60 mph (12 s to 100 km/h) 103 mph (166 km/h) 5.7 s to 60 mph / person - Petrol (Gasoline)

    1984 Fiero Pontiac 0-60 acceleration data

    Vehicle Sport 2.5
    Acceleration 0-60 mph (0-100 km/h) 11.4 s to 60 mph (12 s to 100 km/h)
    Maximum speed 103 mph (166 km/h)
    Acceleration to passenger ratio 5.7 s to 60 mph / person
    Fuel consumption at high speed -
    Fuel type / gearbox Petrol (Gasoline)