Here you will find yearly U.S. sales figures for the Pontiac Vibe. The Pontiac Vibe was a compact hatchback produced by General Motors under the Pontiac brand. It was manufactured in a joint venture with Toyota, which produced its sibling, the Toyota Matrix. Both cars were assembled in California at the NUMMI (New United Motor Manufacturing, Inc.) plant. The Vibe was sold in the U.S. market from 2002 to 2010.
The first-generation Pontiac Vibe was introduced for the 2003 model year and shared its platform and many components with the Toyota Corolla and Matrix. Engine options included a 1.8-liter inline-4 engine, with different versions offering varying levels of horsepower. The base engine provided good fuel economy, while the GT trim featured a more powerful variant. Transmission choices included a 5-speed manual, a 4-speed automatic, or a 6-speed manual in the GT model. Both front-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive configurations were available.
The second-generation Vibe was introduced in 2009 with updated styling and features. The engine options were revised, offering better performance and efficiency. A 2.4-liter inline-4 engine was added as an option for those seeking more power. Unfortunately, this generation was short-lived due to the discontinuation of the Pontiac brand, and production ended in 2010.
Pontiac Vibe U.S Sales Data & Charts
The Pontiac Vibe represents an interesting collaboration between General Motors and Toyota. It combined Pontiac’s styling with Toyota’s mechanical design to create a practical and reliable compact hatchback. Though its life was cut short by the discontinuation of the Pontiac brand, the Vibe left a positive mark in its segment.