2004 Pontiac Vibe Base

2004 Pontiac Vibe Base


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Pontiac Vibe has been developed by Toyota with some inspiration from and participation by GM engineers and Pontiac brand managers. The result is a clever morphing of the handling traits of a light car, the elevated seating position of a truck, and the utility of a certain body configuration. Both the Vibe and its sister car, the Toyota Matrix, will offer the same engine and driveline choice. The base 1.8-liter DOHC in-line four offers 130 horsepower and 125 pound-feet of torque. It turns the front wheels through a four-speed automatic transmission. A hands-free four-wheel-drive system using a viscous wet-clutch center coupling will is available with the base engine (in 120-hp trim) and automatic transaxles. Except for the outside mirrors and roof panel, which are shared, the Vibe and Matrix wear different skins. GM designers tried to give the Vibe a characteristic Pontiac look without the characteristic yards of plastic tack-on. The rear-seat bottoms move forward and the seatbacks fold flat in one smooth, articulated motion that creates 57 cubic feet of flat-floored cargo space. A 200-watt single-CD player, a roof rack, and a 110-volt two-prong dashboard outlet is standard. Engine: DOHC 16-valve 1.8-liter 4-in-line, 120-130 hp, 125 lb-ft; Transmission: 4-speed automatic with lockup torque converter DIMENSIONS: Wheelbase: 102.4 in Length: 171.8 in Width: 69.9 in Height: 62.8 in Curb weight: 2700-2900 lb C/D-ESTIMATED PERFORMANCE: Zero to 60 mph: 8.5-10.0 sec Standing 1/4-mile: 16.2-18.0 sec @ 78-85 mph Top speed (governor limited): 110 mph PROJECTED FUEL ECONOMY: EPA city driving: 21-27 mpg EPA highway driving: 28-32 mpg

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