2009 Pontiac VibeProtective Dad - Atlanta, GA12/11/2010
Bought a Vibe new in 2005. Daughter drove for 5 years and 172,000 miles. Beyond regular servicing, oil changes, tires etc., never had a mechanical issue.
Dependable solid and safe car with great fuel economy.
2009 Pontiac VibeTerd on wheels - NC10/18/2010
This is a great car...not the most stylish. It's a mom mobile, but the cargo room is great, it's easy to get kids in and out as it's higher than a normal car and the gas mileage is awesome. I get 32 MPG on the highway, sometimes higher. I have a 2006 and the tires that came with it were worthless, but other than that, we like it. It's basically a Toyota for a Pontiac price.
2004 Pontiac VibeGA Carol - Atlanta, GA12/25/2006
Love my Pontiac Vibe. Seats 4 pretty comfortably. Hubby is a big guy (6'4" & about 250 lbs) but is comfortable as both driver & passenger. Great gas mileage, no mechanical problems which is great sense of security for women.
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