2004 Pontiac VibeUGLY HATCHBACKS R COOL - Fishers, Indiana11/06/2008
The cars versatilty is great... but yeah not the performance and the looks overall though this car is a great bargain just promise not to get the smart car instead of this.
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.
The perfect fit
2010 Pontiac VibeJack Rabbit - Irmo, SC11/21/2011
I adore this car. I was looking for a car that was practical for a Mom with two kids, but wasn't a "mommy mobile". The Pontiac Vibe GT totally fits the bill. It is roomy on the inside but compact and really cool looking on the outside. It gets awesome gas mileage, which was a huge selling point for me. It is fun to drive and rides great. This is the first Pontiac I have ever owned. My last car was a Toyota Camry and I just didn't feel like I got a lot of car for the money. The Vibe is a cool ride and I am proud to own it.
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