The 3.8-liter V6 makes 200 horsepower and 225 lb-ft of torque. It remains the benchmark for pushrod-actuated, overhead-valve V6 engines. Measured by output, efficiency and emissions, the 3.8L L36 meets or beats overhead-cam engines and gives the customer superior low-end response. On Firebird, the engine can be mated to a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission.
New For 2002:
-Power antenna now standard on all models
-Power remote mirrors now standard on all models
-Power automatic door locks now standard on all models
-Power windows with "express-down" driver's side window controls now standard on all models
-Power steering cooler standard on all V8 engines
-Removable hatch roof with sunshades now standard on Formula Coupes
-Remote keyless entry now standard on Formula Coupes
-Six-way power driver's seat now standard on Formula Coupes
-Audible theft deterrent system now standard on Formula Coupes
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