This is my second Pontiac Vibe. I bought a 2003 when they first came out and really loved it, enough to buy a second one. This is a great little car and very versatile. But, I had a "dream car" on my mind after seven years of owning my Vibe. I wanted a Honda CRV in glacier blue and bought a 2010. Unfortunately I could not be comfortable in that car. I only kept it for six weeks. The seats were miserably uncomfortable, and nothing I did with pillows or cushions helped, and, the car overall was too big for me. I'm petite and the Vibe is just the right size for me. I ended up selling the Honda and taking a big loss on it. Now I'm back into a Vibe and very happy with it. The Vibe does seem to have several blind spots which I don't like but have adjusted to. I've always thought, even with my 2003 Vibe, that Pontiac could have put better shock absorbers on these Vibes. The Vibe is also very good in snow. Mine has front wheel drive and I've never had any problem driving in snow with it. Getting back into a Vibe was like "coming home" after my experience with the Honda. I knew immediately it was where I belonged. So much for "dream cars".
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2009 Pontiac VibeJ.Goines - 07/05/2012
I bought the pontiac vibe because of the way it look and the impressive mpg it offers. But i must say not having power windows and locks is like being in the eighties and the horsepower is weak especially coming up hills I can now see why they dont make these models but it is a step in the right direction for me i just need more power!
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Published on Friday, December 9, 2016
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