2008 Pontiac VibeR Rodriguez - Corpus Christi, TX01/27/2016
Great car. Made by Pontiac but toyota drivetrain. Drives very nice, sporty and lots of benefits. Have a full size truck but find myself using my Pontiac vibe more and more because of the hatchback and fold down rear seats. My dogs love riding in it especially with the rear seats down. Driver's seat sits like I'm in my truck not like a car. With my back issues I'm able to get in and out comfortably and enjoy the ride.
Fantastic Value & Reliability
2005 Pontiac VibeSteve Bell - Grand Rapids, MI12/26/2015
It's roomy, reliable, sporty (for a base model), and inexpensive to insure. Too bad Pontiac quit making these, although Toyota still makes the (former) sister vehicle , the Matrix.
2008 Pontiac SolsticeRhonda Neel - Plano, TX09/24/2015
This car is a very unusual style - sort of like a mini-bat-mobile, so it really gets attention. It looks much more expensive than it actually is, and rides very smoothly. Has a great safety rating - I bought one for my daughter and another for my grand-daughter.
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