Be glad your Vibe has environmentally friendly paint. I'm kidding. The "environmentally friendly" base coat/clear coat paints do not hold up like the good old days when we used lacquer and enamel paints. You could spray on as many layers as you wanted and get a deep wet look. Could wax,buff, anod polish it till the cows came home and it held up. Didn't fall apart to sun fading or acid rain.
You can do this. Cheap too.
It won't be beautiful but you can spray it with a spray can that you buy at the store. Just get a gloss clear. Lightly sand the area you want to repair with 600 grit paper. Then tape off with newspaper and masking tape and spray it. Move even speed, and get a nice wet looking spray. A low humidity day will have much better results. After it dries for a few days you can lightly sand the edge left from your taped off area with 600 then 1000 grit sand paper. Get the black sand paper, it will be waterproof. You will want to use something flat like a paint stick to wrap some of the sand paper around and sand with a flat surface. Just your fingers will not sand with even pressure. Keep dipping the stick wrapped in sand paper into a bucket of water. Keeping the surface wet will help the sanding. Wipe with a rag once in a while to judge progress. After the 600 grit lightly use the 1000 grit all over the sprayed area and a little beyond. Now you can use rubbing compound to bring the area back to a nice shine.
I spent most of my life hunting and fishing, the rest I just wasted.