Sales of the Pontiac Vibe – a poster child for General Motors Corp.’s resurgence when it hit dealerships in January 2002 – have slumped badly the past six months. Pontiac officials blame the decline on a planned cutback in advertising, and predict deliveries will pick up this spring as marketing efforts are increased. But even they admit sales have been more sluggish than expected. The ’05 Pontiac Vibe goes on sale in the spring. August was the most recent month Vibe sales ...

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