Initial Pintos were two-door sedans. Hatchback (three-door) and station wagon models were added later. For the 1979 model year Pintos received a facelift.
As best I recall, the only Pintos I ever drove were station wagons equipped with automatic transmissions. The German-based motors didn't have enough power to cope with that transmission, so performance was sluggish (a problem shared by many other four-cylinder cars during the 1970s and 80s).
Pinto styling was professionally pleasant. A more detailed evaluation of 1971 Pinto styling follows: