I am considering buying a 2006 Vibe, 60K. I would like to hear from owners. Do you like your Vibe?

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Asked by Jan 22, 2011 at 06:40 PM about the 2006 Pontiac Vibe

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Price is up to you. Beyond that, my wife and I bought a 06 in 06 and have been quite satisfied. I sometimes wish I had another one. It now has 75500 miles and I just had the alignment check. We get good gas mileage and it gets its share of love. Constant oil changes and baths. Hope you enjoy yours as much as we do ours.

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I bought a used one with 82K. Great car. Get's 26-33mpg depending on conditions etc. I will be getting another one or a Toyata Matrix (same car) when this one dies.

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I bought the 2006 Pontiac vibe in 2006 so far it's run like a champ(knock on wood) keep the oil changed every 3000 miles please only use the 5w 30 even if you want some pick up with 10w30 a mechanic told me do not do this the engine is very precise not a good idea! Keep an eye on the front end for alignment! Firestone has a lifetime alignment that has been very good to me! Keep an eye on the front disc brakes but do well for a lot of time for the most part! You will be very Happy with this car! I would buy This car any day! It's got a Toyota engine in it I would prob buy a 2.2 instead of a 1.8 but it still gets up and goes!

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