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2007 Pontiac Vibe Changes

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Vibe for '07

Deletions

--(2SM26) AWD Model

--(2SN26) GT Model

--Exterior color (81U) Lava (Bright Red)

--(LNK) Engine, 1.8L VVTL-i, 4-cylinder

--(JL9) 4-wheel antilock, 4-wheel disc brakes

--(MN6) 6-speed manual transmission

--Suspension, front independent, rear double wishbone includes front and rear stabilizer bar

New Features

--(22U) Wave (Blue)

Changes

--(B57) Premium Monotone Appearance Package, changed the package name to "Premium Monotone Package"

--(D42) Rear cargo cover is now an available option

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Looks like there getting ready to restyle the Vibe

No manual, ABS or discs and major changes look like it. I guess we will be seeing a new Matrix soon, too. The Corolla is due to be replaced soon and since it is the same platform I would guess we are seeing the last Vibes. They will continue, right?

I like the new blue, though.

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Is that Wave Blue the same as the Chevy Aveo Spring Edition's Maui Blue? Either way, looks great-and I thought Lava was dropped for 2006, not this year...hmm....

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Looks like there getting ready to restyle the Vibe

Or getting rid of it.

I'd prefer it if GM focused on it's own Delta-based Vibe and end it's partnership with Toyota since there is no reason to continue.

In reality.. the partnership will probably continue for a while so I would assume that your statement is correct.

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Or getting rid of it.

I'd prefer it if GM focused on it's own Delta-based Vibe and end it's partnership with Toyota since there is no reason to continue.

In reality.. the partnership will probably continue for a while so I would assume that your statement is correct.

As far as I know, Delta doesn't support AWD, but then, since they scrapped AWD (I think it was an emissions thing) IDK if the Toyota platform in necessary anymore.

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I don't think it was ever "sport" with those anemic Toyota engines.

I borrowed one from my dealership for a few days and the engines got GREAT gas mileage, but could not move worth %$^&!

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I borrowed one from my dealership for a few days and the engines got GREAT gas mileage, but could not move worth %$^&!

My mom has one...acceleration is fine until about 35 MPH then after that it has no power...anywhere.

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