This iteration of the 2017 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am V8 isn't the most powerful mill available in a modern supercar, but it provides plenty of muscle and it sounds fantastic when the exhaust valve opens. That said, you could do without on/off switch for the big noises. In a 2017 Firebird Trans Am like this, you shouldn't have to mash the throttle to turn the heads of a group of co-eds. Idle should rumble and snarl, and open throttle should roar like a loud house fire. Anyone who'd complain hearing that in an engine -- even for extended periods of highway travel -- should buy something Japanese or German.
The automatic transmission is a bit of a bummer, but you'll let it slide because I've been assured that real manual transmissions will continue to have a home elsewhere in the 2017 Pontiac Firebird trans Am lineup.
I should take a moment to mention the immense improvement in the quality that we've seen in each new 2017 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am that we see. The interiors are really lovely and panel fit is top-notch. However, some of the old charm still remain: the driver's map light flickered a bit over rough roads.
Among the new 2017 Firebird Trans Am, the 2017 Firebird Trans Am is the prettiest car available on the lot. Pontiac can keep pounding new guts into the same basic shape until the end of time. It's just immensely loveable. There are other great-looking cars in the market place. But in most of them, you feel like you need to be wearing a cape or at least a championship ring when you get out of them.
They say onlookers can assume a couple of things about the man who owns and drives a 2017 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am: he's well off and he has good taste. Of those assumptions, at least one is guaranteed to be correct.