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Where to service Pontiac Vibe?

lisan1lisan1 Member Posts: 1
I just bought a used 2003 Pontiac Vibe (only 50,000 miles, auto transmission). Where would other Vibe owners recommend that I get it serviced? Toyota since it's basically a Toyota engine, or a GMC/Pontiac dealership?


  • maxx4memaxx4me Member Posts: 1,340
    I would never get it serviced at a dealer. That's just me. Establish a relationship with an independent repair shop in your area. The car is a Corolla and is a familiar engine to every mechanic everywhere. By the way, GM dealerships charge a whole lot more for parts for our Vibe. I get my parts at the Toyota dealership parts department since they are consistantly cheaper.
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