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Customer Review Summary for Pontiac
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.
I purchased my car a month ago and I am pleased with my purchase. Accelerates quickly when passing and the gas mileage is better than my last car. The stereo is 320 watts with a subwoofer, it sounds nice. The interior is roomy enough for me and the cargo space is suitable too. So far so good.
1997 Pontiac Grand Prix GT Coupe
1998 Pontiac Grand PrixMills - Jacksonville, FL10/10/2008
I have a white 2 door Pontiac Grand Prix GT with 125,000 miles on it. I bought the car from a Toyota dealership 5 years ago when it had 60k miles on it.
I have taken excellent care of my Pontiac Grand Prix (replaced radiator, A/C work, changed oil/filters, replaced/rotated tires, replaced miscellaneous parts, and washed/cleaned it.) Oh, by the way, the car has not had any major accidents.
I really enjoy driving it to work, church, with friends, co-workers, and when something goes wrong, I immediately find out what the problem is and repair it. I'm going to try to keep my car because it is a sporty two door coupe and Pontiac doesn't make Grand Prixs anymore.
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