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.
my red devil
2004 Pontiac VibeRed Devil - Los Angeles01/21/2007
Granny rides the red devil. Her grand daughter picked the color. She was going for white. But what the devil, red it is. It's three years now and everyone asks, "is that a concept car?" or "what kind of car is that?" It's easy. Easy on the eye, easy to drive, lots of space for Granny who is an artist and needs place for canvasses, and grand kids, and groceries and occassional furniture.Fits in small parking spaces too. It looks smart, different and it's almost time ... lease due in April. Should I get another?
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