Pontiac launched its entry-level Vibe hatchback wagon as an early 2003 model. Styled by Pontiac, the Vibe was engineered by Toyota and is produced at New United Motor Manufacturing Inc., a Toyota/General Motors joint-venture facility in Fremont, Calif.Like other small crossover models that are en... Read Full Report
What IS this thing? A sports car? A sport-utility vehicle? A crossover wagon? Or, as the poets at the Environmental Protection Agency say on its sticker, a "midsize"? I guess you could call it a bit of all those things, though to my eye and sensibilities, "crossover" works pretty well, because of its vagueness. It comes in a number of forms, base, base with all-wheel drive and GT. I had re... Read full review for the 2004 Pontiac Vibe
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What a shame that GM is killing off the Pontiac name. Hopefully the Vibe will continue on under a new badge, such as Chevy. The Pontiac Vibe is based on the Toyota Corolla and it's sister car is the ... Read Full Review
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