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.
My family calls it my Batmobile
2007 Pontiac G6Chris M - Laurel, MD08/30/2015
Always wanted a coveriblle but was afraid of damaging the soft top. The hard top was the perfect solution, not to mention it turns heads as the top goes down. The design keeps the wind turbulence to a minimum for the people in the front seat very well. Hit the gas and zoom your off, love the power of that V6. In the first week I had it in the parking lot at work a guy that owned an Infinity G series convertible mistook it for his car.
Practical, simple, affordable fun
2010 Pontiac VibeMarion - Palm Bay, FL07/26/2014
-Preppy 2.4L with ample torque
-Feels agile when driving
-Enough space for a family of 3
-Lots of room under the hatch
-Toyota Powertrain = longetivity
-Cheap to maintain
-Sub-par gas mileage for 2.4L engine compared to similar vehicles
-Low horsepower tradeoff vs. the 1.8L
-Noisy cabin above 40 Mph (65 Km/h)
-Low resale value compared to its Toyota Matrix sibling
-Suffers both GM and Toyota recalls
Overall I thoroughly enjoy the 2nd Gen Pontiac Vibe. The cost to maintain is very affordable while still cheaper than its Toyota variant. The power is lacking but the torque makes up for it in day-to-day city driving.
If you're looking for something simple, practical, and cheap to own, this is your vehicle.
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