Evaluation: Final year Fiero GT, which is the one to have. Showing 56,393 miles and mostly pampered. Very good original paint showing only light general age. Lightly worn shifter, seats and steering wheel, but mostly sound interior. Tidy underneath.
Bottom Line: For all sorts of reasons, the Fiero was compromised from the start, but by 1988 the top-trim GT was finally the car it should have been from the beginning. Its issues were sorted out, and for that year it got all-new and much better suspension. In a classic GM move, however, the Fiero got good just in time for it to get the axe, and today most people remember the earlier Fieros that caught fire.
Relative to the comparable Toyota MR2 or Honda CRX Si, Fieros don’t command as much respect, nor do they command as much money. This one sold for $8715 last January on Bring a Trailer, where clean CRXs have sold for over twice that. It got so much more attention at Barrett-Jackson, and although other ’88 GTs have sold for more, the seller should be ecstatic with this result.