2007 Pontiac Vibe

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$16,760

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2007 Pontiac Vibe

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Overview

1 trim

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Consumer reviews

Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.3
  • Interior design 4.5
  • Performance 4.3
  • Value for the money 4.8
  • Exterior styling 4.5
  • Reliability 4.8

Most recent consumer reviews

4.6

Best first car i could've asked for.

We found mine sitting in the back of an auto repair shop. All we had to do to get it to start was swap in a new battery, then it ran and drove like we drove it there ten minutes earlier. Mine does not have ABS, traction control, or cruise control, but those are just minor inconveniences. After we changed the tires, brakes, filters and fluids, it drove like a dream. For a mid-2000's hatchback, it is peppy for the 126hp it has. Little body roll when cornering, excellent throttle and brake response, and the steering is tight and responsive. Even just having the 4-speed automatic transmission is fun, although I'd prefer the 5-speed stickshift. Roomy interior, while being a nice compact car at the same time. Doesn't take up much space in a driveway, and if you have the right color(Wave blue, salsa red), it'll stand out in a crowd. All in all, great little car.

4.7

My 3rd Vibe

Yes, this is my 3rd Vibe. I'm addicted to the carrying space. As a sports medicine professional, there is room to carry anything I might need including several changes of clothes and numerous coats for any eventuality. I also like to thrift for furniture when I travel and I've carried some pretty big items. My 1st Vibe was a lemon meaning it needed a lot of repairs. Most owners say that aside from oil changes, they've had to do nothing. The 2nd Vibe had far fewer repairs and I met a guy in my travels who said his had 400,00 miles! The front seats go back enough that you can get in a comfortable sleep. Can't say enough good,

3.6

Good car

The car was a good car. I think I got unlucky with previous owner usage but I can imagine it normally drives better than mine. The inside is a little claustrophobic.

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