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PONTIAC Montana SV6  2005 2009
2005 2009

The 2005 Pontiac Montana represents the second generation Montana which was marketed under a new name, Montana SV6, and under a new, more SUV-like design.
The engines were obviously upgraded and are now able to produce a total power of 200 hp. The 3.5-liter V6 is only powered by petrol and works with a 4-speed automatic transmission and with a front wheel drive system. The whole Montana series was discontinued in 2006 on the United States, but it continued to be exported to Canada and Mexico where it recorded pretty high sales, being one of the best-selling MPVs on these markets.

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PONTIAC Montana   2000 2005
2000 2005

In 1997, GM launched the second generation of the Pontiac Trans Sport and two years later it changed the name to Montana.
It was a marketing twist to help the all-wheel-drive versions.

The Pontiac Montana was introduced on the European market as well, with the name Opel Sintra. While the American version was well received by the market, its sibling didn’t have the same success. For the North American continent was a good choice, especially since it was offered in two wheel-bases options.

Unlike its predecessor, the Trans Sport didn’t have the same sharp nose. It looked more conservative, with a tall front fascia and a big grille. The MPV was fitted as standard with a pair of sliding doors. There was an option for power-operated curbside door.

Seven-passenger seating was standard with two front buckets and two split-folding benches for the middle and rear seating rows. Another seven-passenger version came with four captains chairs. Eight-passenger seating was available with modular bucket seats in the middle row and a split-bench seat in the rear row. There was also a six-passenger version for the short-wheelbase model. A videotape and a CD player was available as an option, to offer in-car video entertainment for the back-seats.

The Montana featured a 3.4-liter V6 engine mated to a 4-speed auto. The front-wheel-drive was standard while the all-wheel-drive was offered as an option.

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