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Used Pontiac Vibe for Sale in San Francisco, CA

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Pre-owned Pontiac Vibes in San Francisco, CA

There aren't many cities in California quite like San Francisco. With so much to see and do, making a decision on what to do is the hardest part. Any fantastic journey starts with a solid set of wheels. Unfortunately, your car has seen better days.

For you only one car will do—a Pontiac Vibe. It has almost everything you are seeking in a car—updated design, workmanship, and great fuel economy. Plus, it's made by Pontiac, a brand you respect. But a Pontiac Vibe is beyond your means. However, there is a better way.

The Shift Way—simple, fair, used car buying

At Shift, it all begins with our rigorous 150-point inspection. Not one car leaves our property without passing our check-lists. To assure that you receive a fair price, we continuously track hundreds of thousands of points of data on current prices for comparable Pontiac Vibes. You'll have peace of mind knowing that your vehicle is ready to drive around San Francisco and that you got a great deal.

Pontiac Vibe—what to know

Pontiac, a General Motors brand, was founded in 1907. Pontiac occupied the mid-tier price range with a lineup of coupes, sedans, and station wagons during the '30s and '40s. The company had it's share of hits, but none more popular than 1964's GTO. Pontiac had some success in the early 2000s with the Vibe, Solstice, and G8, but GM's financial problems in 2008 and 2009, forced them to shutter the division. By 2010, Pontiac had been discontinued by General Motors.

Pontiac Vibe has a 158hp, 2L engine. You can expect around 33mpg on the expressway and 26mpg in the city. The Pontiac Vibe is available in a variety configurations such as convertible, sedan, and sport utility. With so many sunny days per year in San Francisco, a convertible may not be a bad option.

Buy a Used Pontiac Vibe before it's gone

When you are revving for the Pontiac Vibe, don't spend time checking out used lots all over San Francisco or cruising the internet for a great price. Just head to Shift. You'll get the automobile you want at an affordable price. Feel free to compare the Vibe to hundreds of other cars on our site to make sure it's the set of wheels you have been waiting for. Take us for a spin today.

Frequently Asked Questions

We know you have several questions about your used Pontiac, and we have a few answers. Here are a few of our customers' most frequently asked questions on Pontiac models.
Does Pontiac make luxury vehicles?
No, Pontiac is not considered a luxury automaker. Still, you can get a used Pontiac Vibe with some premium amenities.
What are the most popular Pontiac models?
When it comes to making models that people love, Pontiac has the formula down. The best-selling Pontiac models are the Vibe, Solstice, Grand Prix, G8, and G6
Does the Pontiac Vibe come in different styles?
The Vibe is available as a sport utility, sedan, or convertible
Can I return the Pontiac if I don't like it?
From the date of purchase, you get seven days to bring it back. To accept the return, the car has to be in the same condition that you purchased it.

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