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2005 Pontiac Vibe OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Kettering, Ohio
5.0
Impressive.
Overall it's been a great car that has stood up to a very aggressive driving style. The powertrain is very reliable and the trim is very robust standing up to 12 winter seasons in Ohio. The interior has withstood some harsh conditions and weathered well. I've enjoyed driving this car for 12 years and will miss it when it has served it's life. I'm going on 200,000 miles on a small car which is rare for a GM product. However, this car does have a Toyota powertrain so it's a great hybrid car that I would buy again if it was available. If someone asked me to recommend this car I definitely would. The trim package I bought does help it's value and worth to me given that it has great speakers and a nice sunroof. The hauling capacity is surprisingly robust and reliable. I'll be looking for a similar car in the future.
Michael
Michael
Little Rock, Arkansas
5.0
A Vibe fan
The Vibe is an exceptionally well-made car, that requires only basic maintenance. It is very reliable. Its performance is considered by many, including myself, to be superior to most other makes/models. It is said that a Vibe with 200,000 miles performs as well as an average car with 100,000 miles. Since the Vibe was discontinued, owners like myself have held on to their car, confident in it's reliability. I've had my car over 11 years, it has over 200,000 miles, and it is still a great car. I've had people offer to buy the car, and the dealer has called me repeatedly saying he can give me more than the Kelly Blue Book value, because the car is in such high demand. I don't think many 11 year old cars maintain their value like the Vibe. I fully expect to still be driving my Vibe when it has 300,000 miles on it, unless I pass it on to my son. I hate that Pontiac doesn't make Vibes anymore.