2006 Pontiac Vibe
263,406 Miles
$3,988

Tulsa, OK
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2009 Pontiac Vibe
117,350 Miles
$7,521

Rockingham, NC
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2008 Pontiac Vibe
84,081 Miles
$6,994

East Rochester, NY
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2009 Pontiac Vibe
149,262 Miles
$7,921

Portland, OR
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2007 Pontiac Vibe
107,847 Miles
$4,885

Des Plaines, IL
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2004 Pontiac Vibe
118,759 Miles
$5,399

Algonquin, IL
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2007 Pontiac Vibe
103,843 Miles
$6,494

Newberry, SC
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2005 Pontiac Vibe
163,497 Miles
$4,000

Plainfield, IN
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2010 Pontiac Vibe
135,778 Miles
$5,400

Somersworth, NH
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2009 Pontiac Vibe
83,464 Miles
$9,998

Brooklyn Park, MN
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2009 Pontiac Vibe
68,704 Miles
$9,998

Austin, TX
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2009 Pontiac Vibe
131,220 Miles
$6,995

St Petersburg, FL
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2010 Pontiac Vibe
49,010 Miles
$9,585

Sharon, PA
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2009 Pontiac Vibe
86,653 Miles
$8,950

Edmonds, WA
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2008 Pontiac Vibe
76,468 Miles
$7,995

Macomb, IL
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2009 Pontiac Vibe
132,527 Miles
$7,995

Appleton, WI
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2007 Pontiac Vibe
136,429 Miles
$4,995

New Holland, PA
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2005 Pontiac Vibe
121,794 Miles
$4,995

Wheat Ridge, CO
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2004 Pontiac Vibe
111,597 Miles
$5,995

Asheville, NC
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2009 Pontiac Vibe
64,533 Miles
$8,998

Indianapolis, IN
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Pontiac Vibe Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.4
Performance
3.8
Style
3.8
Comfort
4.1
Fuel Economy
4.4
Maintenance
4.5

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Pontiac Vibe Owner Ratings & Reviews

2003 Pontiac Vibe - Great daily driver

Ann Arbor, Michigan
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I bought my car used after my other car was totaled. It wasn't my dream car by any means, but I was excited to have *a* car at that point. That being said, I was happy with my purchase. Even at 200k+ miles, it still performs well. It may be badged as a Pontiac, but it's practically a Toyota which are known for longevity and durability. I bought the 6-speed manual which is pretty peppy. I'm still able to get around 30mpg driving mostly highway which is nice for my 60 mile roundtrip commute to work. It's starting to show its age now that it's nearly 15 years old, but I'm planning on keeping it until it dies.
Story
My son loves driving around in the summer with all the windows (and moon roof) open. He also enjoys being thrown around as I take roundabouts at a quick pace. (For a "grocery getter", it still handles pretty well!!)
Pros
The 6-speed manual transmission was a new perk for me that makes it fun to drive. The hatchback with the folding seats allows me to haul long and/or bulky things, including eight bags of dirt/compost and several 8' long 2"x4" boards inside the cabin - something my previous Civic couldn't do. It was a great help when moving into our first house. Also, everything's put together well, allowing my "shade tree mechanic" husband to do a lot of the work it has needed (i.e. parts in the engine bay are accessible, etc.)
Cons
The upholstery has seemed to wear more and be less durable than other used vehicles I've had. In fact, there seems to be a lot more wear in general like paint peeling/flaking around radio head unit, worn steering wheel, etc. I purchased my car used, so it could just be excessive wear/damage from the previous owner.

2007 Pontiac Vibe - A good car but lacking nuance

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
It drives well, and it has held up well after forcing it up partly washed-out gravel roads and across half the country time and time again. It gets great fuel mileage for its size (about 30-35 mi/gal), and all my possessions fit in with ease. There are little problems, however, that betray a lack of forethought when designing the car. Additionally there is the issue that Pontiac no longer manufactures cars, and therefore I am worried about the availability of parts in the future if I own the car long-term.
Pros
It's the perfect size. I can fit insect nets and fishing poles and my bike inside, and yet it's small enough that I get good gas mileage and can parallel park it with ease.
Cons
The meters (odometer, speedometer, etc) are set deep in wells which have edges lined in a metallic silver. When driving at certain angles to the sun, this lining reflects an unavoidable glare into my eyes while driving. If they were a matte black to match the rest of the interior, this wouldn't be an issue. Additionally, there is a very helpful option to dim or brighten the displays (radio/clock, meters, etc). This allows the driver to adjust the displays to match the lighting, which keeps them from being too bright at night or too dim during the day (rather than a dichotomous setting adj... (more)

2003 Pontiac Vibe - It's working out

Elk Grove Village, Illinois
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
So far, the 2003 Pontiac Vibe has worked out quite well. The car is pretty much identical to the Toyota Matrix, except that the body is somewhat different (better, in my opinion). Toyota's reputation for reliability carries over to the Vibe, which houses a Toyota engine along with an automatic transmission. (A manual is available, as well as a reportedly awesome 6-speed manual on the GT trim. Which makes me jealous for those who drive manual, but as I was buying in the winter in a snowy area, I couldn't afford to learn on the fly.)
Story
Not really.
Pros
The big thing for me was the space. I had a Nissan Sentra before this, which was adequate. But even driving home a purchased bike was a massive ordeal. Here, I just drop the back seat and, blammo, huge storage. Nice and level, too. But I've also enjoyed the engine, which has been quite reliable. Nothing but oil changes and spark plugs to this point, which is very much appreciated. Gas mileage is not eye-popping, but is still pretty good for a non-hybrid.
Cons
Well, as a guy, I admit that a hatchback is something of a drawback. And the engine, although it is extremely reliable, does not have the pep of a Mazda 3 hatchback. And it looks far less sleek than the Mazda, as well. As far as the interior goes, the radio is somewhat clunky, and the trim elements (sun visors, glove box, compartment between the front seats) do feel just a little cheap. Mine does not have a sun roof, either, which is too sad.