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Pontiac Vibe
Pontiac
aka Toyota Voltz (Japan 2002-2004)
Production 2003 - 2010
Class Compact Crossover
Body Style 5-door hatchback
Length 2003-2008: 171.3 in.

2009-2010: 172.1 in.

AWD: 171.9 in.
Width 2003-2008 69.9 in.

2009-2010: 69.4 in.

Height 2003-2008: 61 in.

2009-2010: Base: 60.9 in. AWD: 62.7 in. GT: 61.3 in.

Wheelbase 102.4 in.
Weight 2,700 lbs.
Transmission 2003-2008: 5-speed C59 manual

6-speed C60 manual transmission 4-speed A246E automatic 4-speed U341F automatic transmission 2009-2010: 5-speed manual 4/5-speed automatic

Engine 2003-2008 1.8L 1ZZ-FE (LV6) I-4

1.8 L 2ZZ-GE (LNK) I4 2009-2010: 1.8 L 2ZR-FE I4 2.4 L 2AZ-FE I4

Power 2003-2008: 123-180hp

2009-2010: 132-158 hp

Similar Toyota Matrix
Designer John Mack (1st generation)

Ron Aselton (2nd generation)

The Pontiac Vibe is a sports wagon produced in Fremont, California, in the United States by NUMMI (New United Motor Manufacturing, Inc), a shared endeavor between General Motors and Toyota. Prototypes were shown at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January 2000 and production vehicles came on the market in 2002 for the 2003 model year. Pontiac Vibe's where build in Fremont, California.

It is a short and tall MPV that is being marketed as a trendy, quasi-SUV vehicle for younger buyers. Toyota calls their North American version the Matrix, although lack of capacity at the NUMMI plant means that the Matrix is produced in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada.

Recent Changes

  • The Pontiac Vibe is an all-new model for the 2009 model year. As with the first generation, the second gen Vibe will share its body with the Toyota Matrix.[1]

Styles and Major Options

The 2007 Vibe comes in one trim, the Base model. It is equipped with a 1.8L 126hpI-4 engine, a 5-speed manual transmission, and front wheel drive. Although there are no alternate trims available, several features are optional, including electronic stability control, a 4-speed automatic transmission, traction control, leather seating, an upgraded audio system, and cruise control, among others. For a list of standard safety features, see the Safety section below. Some of the other standout features include:

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  • 16" steel wheels
  • 6-way driver (4-way passenger) front bucket seats
  • Cloth seating and door trim
  • Front and rear cup holders
  • Manual front air conditioning
  • 4-speaker AM/FM/CD audio system
  • Manual locks/windows, power mirrors
  • Tilt steering wheel
  • Exterior temp. monitor and trip odometer
  • Black grille moldings with chrome surround

Pricing

Today's actual prices for the Pontiac Vibe can be found at CarsDirect.

Vibe Trims

Base

MSRP

$16,710

Invoice

$15,791

Gas Mileage

As seen on the FuelEconomy.gov website, the City/Highway MPG averages are as follows:

Reliability

For the 2003 and 2004 model years, which were the most recent to provide long-term reliability information, the Vibe received all around Green ratings in every category examined by Automtive Information Systems. This indicates that the Vibe experienced minimal problems.

Safety

The 2007 Vibe earned mixed results from safety tests carried out by the NHTSA. Its only 5-Star rating was awarded for driver's side front-impact crash tests. Tests for passenger side front-impact, rear side-impact, and rollover yielded 4-Star ratings, and front side-impact crash tests earned it an average 3-Star rating. Some of the safety features found standard on the Vibe include:

Colors

A complete list of colors for the Vibe is available at CarsDirect.com. Some of the possible combinations include:

Exterior

  • Abyss (Black)
  • Frosty (White)
  • Neptune (Blue)
  • Salsa (Red)
  • Stealth (Gray Metallic)

Interior

Main Competitors

Hybrid Models

There are currently no hybrid models of the Vibe in production.

Unique Attributes

Resale Values

According to Kelley Blue Book, "the Vibe is expected to post a lower-than-average residual value after 24-, 36-, 48- and 60-months. Ironically the Vibe's sister vehicle, the Toyota Matrix, holds better-than-average value over the same time periods."

Criticisms

  • "Little can be done to remedy the limited functionality of the Vibe?s roof rack. Place-ment of the antenna precludes using it for anything larger than a snowboard or bike; a kayak is out of the question." - AutoWeek
  • "The Toyota 1.8-liter engine does not have much low-end torque, and all-wheel drive models are available only with the base engine and an automatic transmission." - Kelley Blue Book

Current Generation: (2003–Present)

The car features a standard household-style 115 volt AC electrical outlet so that common electrical devices can be used inside the car without a separate inverter.

The Vibe is available in an economical base model, in "sporty" GT trim with more power, or also in an all-wheel drive model.

Powertrains available for this car are a 1.8 L I416-valve engine producing 126 hp on the base model (manual or automatic transmission), 118 hp on the all-wheel drive model (automatic only), or a version with VVTL-i producing 164 hp for the GT (manual 6-speed only). The Vibe is currently the most fuel efficient vehicle sold by GM in North America.

There have been some minor changes between model years. The Vibe was first officially produced in 2002 as a 2003 model. Originally the HP ratings of the 2003 model year were much higher, with the GT claiming to possess 180 hp, the base model rated at 130 hp, and the all-wheel drive model rated at 126 hp. The 2004 saw a slight drop in HP reported, and additional 'smog' filters were added to the engine.

The first major change in the Vibe line was the change of the front fascia starting in the 2005 model year. In an attempt to 'converge' the Pontiac look, the front grills were rounded out to more closely match the look of the other vehicles in the Pontiac line.

The all-wheel drive and GT versions will be dropped after 2006 due to poor sales, leaving only the base 1.8 Vibe on the market.

Gallery

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03-04 Pontiac Vibe
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Toyota Voltz (Japan) The JDM market version of the Pontiac Vibe

Toyota Voltz (Pontiac Vibe's doppelganger)

Worldwide

Design quirks and oddities

Awards

See also

External links

This page uses content from Wikipedia; see Pontiac Vibe, which includes these contributors.

Sours: https://automobile.fandom.com/wiki/Pontiac_Vibe

Pontiac Vibe

Motor vehicle

The Pontiac Vibe is a compact car that was sold by Pontiac from 2002 to 2010. It was jointly developed by General Motors along with Toyota, who manufactures the mechanically similar Toyota Matrix. Manufactured by the Toyota-GM joint venture NUMMI in Fremont, California, the Vibe succeeded the Chevrolet Prizm in production at NUMMI and like the Prizm, it was derived from the Toyota Corolla, making it the last of the GM and Toyota developed S-body cars.

From 2002 to 2004, a rebadged right-hand drive variant of the Vibe was exported as the Toyota Voltz to the Japanese domestic market. The Voltz was not popular in Japan and discontinued after two model years.

Production of the Vibe ended in 2009 with the discontinuation of the Pontiac brand and the closing of NUMMI under the General Motors Chapter 11 reorganization. Its twin, the Toyota Matrix, was in production for another three years for the American market and four years for the Canadian market, as the Matrix was manufactured by Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada in Cambridge, Ontario, and was unaffected by NUMMI closing down operation.

First generation (2002)[edit]

Motor vehicle

Pre-facelift Pontiac Vibe

The 2003–2006 Vibe was available in an economical base trim, an AWD mid-trim, and the more powerful GT sport trim.

Powertrains available for this car are a Toyota-built 1.8 Lstraight-416-valve engine producing 126 hp (94 kW) on the base model (manual or automatic transmission), 118 hp on the all-wheel drive model (automatic only), or a version with VVTL-i producing 164 hp (122 kW) for the GT (manual 6-speed only). The Vibe was at one time the most fuel efficient vehicle sold by GM in North America, but ceased to be the case with the revised United States Environmental Protection Agency testing procedures in 2008.

Although the Vibe and Matrix are similar designs, the two brands actually use several different components, which are brand-specific, for their heating and air conditioning systems. These components include the air conditioning compressor and related hoses, the heater hoses, the heater core, and the serpentine belt.

There were some minor changes between model years. The Vibe was first produced in 2002 and went on sale as a 2003 model. Power ratings for the first three model years were slightly higher, with the GT up to 180 hp (134 kW), the base model rated at 130 hp (97 kW), and the all-wheel drive model rated at 123 hp (92 kW). Engine power claims were decreased for 2006 as a result of Toyota's re-testing of its engines for the new Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) ratings standard. The GT and all-wheel-drive trims were discontinued for the 2007 model year due to poor sales and new federal emissions standards.

The front fascia was freshened in the 2005 model year. In an attempt to 'converge' the Pontiac look, the front grille was restyled to resemble the look of the Pontiac Solstice, also adopted by other vehicles in the Pontiac line. The 2003-2004 Vibes had a front grille more closely resembling the discontinued Pontiac Aztek.

First generation Vibe/Matrix/Corolla odometers do not have the ability to "roll over" 299,999 km or 299,999 mi. No recall or "fix" is currently available for this. Mileage must be kept track of manually until a solution is found.[1]

Toyota Voltz[edit]

The Toyota Voltz is a five-door hatchback that was marketed by Toyota from July 2002 to March 2004 in its home market of Japan. Manufactured by NUMMI alongside the Vibe, the Voltz was exported to Japan in place of the Toyota Matrix. In Japan, the model line was exclusive to Toyota Japanese dealerships called Toyota Netz Store.

With the exception of badging, the Voltz shared its exterior with the Vibe, including its Pontiac-designed twin front grilles. Along with the customary fitment of right-hand drive, the Voltz differed from the Vibe by sharing its interior design with the Matrix. With just over 10,000 units sold,[2] Toyota ended sales of the Voltz with the Toyota Auris as its closest functional successor.

Second generation (2008)[edit]

Motor vehicle

Pontiac Vibe

Pontiac Vibe GT

The Vibe was redesigned, along with the Matrix, for the 2009 model year, and debuted at the December 2007 LA Auto Show. First deliveries to dealerships were posted on GM's Website in April 2008, with comments that initial sales were brisk. The first units were delivered to buyers in early March.[3] "The new Vibe's design is sporty yet completely functional," according to Ron Aselton, chief designer. "Clean lines, minimal overhangs and wheels pushed to the corners give the vehicle a muscular stance."

The GT trim and AWD options return, and two new inline-four engines (Toyota's 2.4 litre 2AZ-FE was also used on the Camry (and the 2005 - 2008 RAV4) for the AWD and GT trims as well as optional on the base trim, and a new 1.8 litre 2ZR-FE standard on the base trim) are offered.[4] This was also Pontiac's last new model and remained as the brand's only remaining car for the 2010 model year. GM ceased Vibe's production in August 2009.[5]

The second generation FWD Vibes also offer computerized traction-control and anti-lock brakes. Rear disc brakes are standard on all models. Luggage racks are no longer standard order. Power output for the 1.8-litre is 132 hp (98 kW). Power output for the 2.4-litre is 158 hp (118 kW) at 5600 rpm and 162 lb⋅ft (220 N⋅m) at 4000 rpm.

The Vibe offers 91.4 cubic feet (2.59 m3) of passenger volume (all seats up) and 20.1 cubic feet (0.57 m3) of cargo volume, for a total of 111.5 cubic feet (3.16 m3) with rear seats that fold completely flat. The cargo area is 30 inches (760 mm) high and 40 inches (1,000 mm) wide, which is large enough to accommodate a standard-sized, North American washing machine or clothes dryer with enough extra room for an appliance dolly.

Discontinuation[edit]

On April 27, 2009, GM announced the discontinuation of Vibe production, as well as all other Pontiac models, by the end of 2010.[6] It was later announced that Vibe production would end in August 2009, and the last Vibe left the assembly line on August 17, 2009, according to a source at genvibe.com.[7] This left Toyota with a major problem as they had to scramble to relocate some of the tooling that was jointly used to produce the Matrix in another factory.[citation needed]

GM did not initially produce a compact hatchback to succeed the Pontiac Vibe, choosing to bracket it with the Chevrolet Sonic hatchback and Buick Encore small crossover. In Canada, GM followed the Vibe with the larger Chevrolet Orlandocompact MPV, which replaced the Chevrolet HHR. Chevrolet introduced a hatchback version of the Chevrolet Cruze to North America in 2016.[8]

Recalls[edit]

In January 2010, Autoblog.com reported that the 2009 and 2010 model year Pontiac Vibes are also included in the 2009–2010 Toyota vehicle recalls related to unintended acceleration due to shared components with the Toyota Matrix.[9] Another recall for the Vibe was issued in the Fall of 2009 due to floormat interference with the accelerator pedals. This is also part of the Toyota recall.[10][11]

On August 26, 2010, another recall was issued for 2005 to 2008 model year Vibes, equipped with the 1ZZ-FE engine and two-wheel drive. The recall notices states that an improperly manufactured Engine Control Module (ECM) can develop a crack in its circuitry, potentially causing the "Check Engine" light to illuminate, harsh shifting, and stalling and/or failure of the engine to start.

In mid October 2014 the Vibe along with the Saab 9-2x was recalled due to the faulty Takata airbags supplied from the large airbag supplier company.[12] It is undetermined how many Vibes have been recalled.

Sales[edit]

Calendar year USCanada
2002 39,082[13]N/A
2003 56,922[13]N/A
2004 58,894[13]10,025[13]
2005 64,271[13]11,363[13]
2006 45,221[13]11,444[13]
2007 37,170[13]12,915[13]
2008 46,551[13]17,335[13]
2009 33,842[13]11,537 [13]
2010[13]97 1,559[13]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Odometer Dies at 299,999 km". wheels.ca. October 13, 2007.
  2. ^"NUMMI Quick Facts". 2010-04-07. Archived from the original on 2010-04-07. Retrieved 2020-07-01.
  3. ^"GM Reports 282,732 Deliveries in March; 805,720 In First Quarter" (Press release). GM. April 1, 2008. Archived from the original on July 1, 2012.
  4. ^Nuñez, Alex (October 9, 2007). "Leaked Officially Official: 2009 Pontiac Vibe GT". Autoblog.
  5. ^Garrett, Jerry (June 23, 2009). "G.M. to End Pontiac Vibe Production in August". The New York Times. Retrieved June 13, 2019.
  6. ^Wert, Ray (April 27, 2009). "Pontiac Vibe, Solstice Are Dead, Won't Live On As Chevys". Jalopnik.com. Retrieved April 27, 2009.
  7. ^Wert, Frank (June 18, 2009). "Bye-Bye Vibe". The Truth About Cars. Retrieved June 18, 2009.
  8. ^Lorio, Joe (June 22, 2015). "2016 Chevy Cruze Will Also Be Available as a Hatchback in U.S."Car and Driver. US. Archived from the original on June 23, 2015. Retrieved June 13, 2015.
  9. ^"GM Statement on Pontiac Vibe Recalls"(PDF). pontiac.com. Archived from the original(PDF) on July 15, 2011. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  10. ^Don't Forget Me! Pontiac Vibe also included in Toyota recall January 25, 2010, Web site accessed January 29, 2010.
  11. ^Pedal complaints reach recalled VibesDetroit News.[dead link]
  12. ^"The Takata Airbag Safety Recall and How it Affects Your General Motors Vehicle".
  13. ^ abcdefghijklmnopCain, Timothy (June 29, 2013). "Pontiac Vibe Sales Figures". Good Car Bad Car. US. Retrieved June 13, 2019.

External links[edit]

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2006 PontiacVibe Pricing and Specs

Compare 3 Vibe trims and trim families below to see the differences in prices and features.

Trim Family Comparison

Base

View 2 Trims

Features

  • 1.8L I-4 Engine
  • 5-spd man w/OD Transmission
  • 126 @ 6,000 rpm Horsepower
  • 122 @ 4,200 rpm Torque
  • front-wheel Drive type
  • 16" steel Wheels
  • front air conditioning, manual
  • AM/FM/Satellite-prep, seek-scan Radio
  • front Fog/driving lights
  • cloth Seat trim

GT

View 1 Trims

Additional or replacing features on Base

  • 6-spd man w/OD Transmission
  • 164 @ 7,600 rpm Horsepower
  • 125 @ 4,400 rpm Torque
  • 16" silver aluminum Wheels
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We're All Underestimating The Pontiac Vibe

Image Credit: Pontiac

Many months ago, I met a Jalopnik reader whose love for the Pontiac Vibe has no bounds. He was part of an owner’s group, his Facebook profile was filled with pictures of his Vibe, and he just kept talking about how great the little hatchback was. At first, I thought this was a bit odd, but now I’ve realized that he has a point. The Vibe is good.

This thought came to my mind after my coworker Jason wrote a story yesterday about how even the most random car (like a Chevrolet Captiva) has at least one “rabid fan.” As I read that, I thought to myself: Man, I remember meeting someone who was obsessed with the Pontiac Vibe, of all cars! But now I’m trying to see if I can understand why.

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Back in the 1980s, Roger Smith’s General Motors invested lots of money into fancy assembly robots, and yet the company continued getting its ass kicked by Japanese automakers, with its U.S. market share plummeting from 46 percent in 1980 to around 35 percent in 1989, according to The Economist’scontemporary article on GM’s struggles during that decade.

The result was a, “If we can’t beat them, join them,” decision to create an assembly plant with Toyota called New United Motor Manufacturing, Inc. Known by the acronym NUMMI, this Fremont, California-based plant (part of which is now owned by Tesla) was a way for General Motors to gain insights into Toyota’s “lean manufacturing” methods that promised higher vehicle output and better quality.

Image Credit: Pontiac

The way this relates to the Pontiac Vibe is that this little hatchback was built at NUMMI between 2002 and 2009, and shared not just the same basic Corolla-based platform as the Toyota Matrix, but also the powertrains and the interior. In other words, the Vibe was a Toyota with some Pontiac sheetmetal, offering the same fuel efficiency and reliability as a Toyota, but—and this is just my opinion—in a more aggressive, stylish package.

Under the hood were two engine options, a 130 horsepower 1.8-liter engine or a 180 horsepower 1.8-liter, both of which belonged to Toyota’s “ZZ” line of inline-fours. The former could be had in front or all-wheel drive, with all-wheel drive losing a few ponies and requiring a four-speed auto, while front-drivers got the full 130 HP and offered a five-speed manual. The Yamaha-tuned 180 horsepower engine came in front-drive with a six-speed manual.

It’s not fast, and with a MacPherson strut front suspension and a torsion beam rear-suspension on base models (double wishbone with all-wheel drive), it’s not particularly advanced, either. But reviews that came out shortly after the Vibe’s launch were positive, with Automobilewriting in 2002:

The Pontiac Vibe—a tall sedan/truncated wagon/ mini-SUV—is far and away the best small car from General Motors.

Image Credit: Josh Stark

I reached out to Jalopnik-reader, Nick, to learn a bit more about the Vibe, since he’s the guy who amazed me with his passion for this seemingly-random car. He’s an admin for the Facebook Vibe owner’s club called “GenVibe,” which currently has nearly 1,400 members—you can see some of them in the photo above, including Nick on the left, who drove from Southeast Michigan all the way to Louisville for the gathering.

Nick tells me how much he enjoys being part of this awesome community, saying that the owners are not delusional when it comes to their Vibe, even if it might seem odd to the rest of us for so many people to be that “into” this particular car. “We all know exactly what it is that we have,” he told me over Facebook messenger, “so there’s no delusions of grandeur. We know we drive a kind of slow hatchback. And that just is what it is.”

Nick’s love for the Vibe stems from the fact that it was his first car, and that it’s just been rock-solid for years. “The bullet points for the car are: Great styling (which I believe could hold its own even two decades later),” Nick told me, going on to say “big space in a small footprint, the amount of stuff you can fit into the back when need be... and it’s rather fuel efficient.”

Image Credit: Pontiac

Nick continues, telling me about the car’s serviceability and road manners. “Going further, it’s simple to work on, kind of fun (not Miata-levels of course), and fast ENOUGH.”

Also, the Vibe just doesn’t die. “They’re hugely reliable. We have members consistently asking about the odometers stopping counting at 299,999 (even though they’re digital). And even though I’ve put the TRD Supercharger kit on mine and more aggressive suspension, nothing has put me on the side of the road, or made me late for school,” he said.

Nick has owned his vibe for over six years and 122,000 miles, and tells me the car is a “secret” in that most people don’t realize just how versatile it is. “And it’s this little secret of a car that seems to do 90% of what anyone needs to do, so I’m always ready for anything,” he says.

Image Credit: Pontiac

“It’s relatively unknown for how good it is, and how happy the owners are. Especially the GT model, being 2ZZ and 6-speed manual only,” the Vibe enthusiast explained.

And looking online, he appears to be absolutely right. No matter where I look, I continue to find positive owner reviews for the Vibe. I see 4.6 stars for the 2006 model on Edmunds. I see 4.5 stars on Cars.com. On Kelly Blue Book, I see 9.1 out of 10.

Furthermore, JD power’s predicted reliability rating for the 2009 second-gen Vibe—which sits on the same platform as the first, but receives new powertrains and sheetmetal—is five out of five stars, and USNEWS’ reliability for first-gen 2007 models (a rating based on JD Power numbers) is four-stars.

Image Credit: Pontiac

So in my attempt to understand how someone can be in love with such a seemingly-uninteresting car, I have been awakened. Here’s a dead-reliable car that looks good, gets 33 MPG highway with the base engine and five-speed manual, offers tons of space, and—this part is crucial—is dirt cheap. Like, Two Thousand Bucks For A Decent One-cheap.

So to you, redditor, who started the thread “Is Something Wrong With The Pontiac Vibe?” and to you who asked “Why Shouldn’t I Buy A Pontiac Vibe,” there’s no need to underestimate this automobile. The Vibe is good.

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Hp pontiac vibe

GT Front-wheel Drive Hatchback
2009 Pontiac Vibe Specs

Interior
Front head room41 "
Rear head room39 "
Front shoulder room53 "
Rear shoulder room53 "
Front hip room52 "
Rear hip room44 "
Front leg room41.6 "
Rear leg room36.2 "
Luggage capacity20.1 cu.ft.
Maximum cargo capacity49.4 cu.ft.
Standard seating5
Exterior
Length172.1 "
Body width69.5 "
Body height61.4 "
Wheelbase102.4 "
Ground clearance6.2 "
Curb3,075 lbs.
Fuel
Fuel tank capacity13.0 gal.
EPA mileage estimates21 City / 28 Hwy
Performance
Base engine size2.4 liters
Base engine typeI-4
Horsepower158 hp
Horsepower rpm6,000
Torque162 lb-ft.
Torque rpm4,000
Maximum towing capacity1,500 lbs.
Drive typefront-wheel
Turning radius18.5 ''
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