Pontiac Montana: Minivan For Families
Pontiac Montana was introduced by General Motors in 1997. It represents a full-size minivan with a front-drive system. By 1998 the car was named Pontiac Trans Sport Montana.
The car with five doors weighs 1790 kg. The number of seats can vary from six to eight. Cargo capacity is 4,380 liters.
Pontiac Montana was supplied with a 3.35-liter gasoline V6 engine with fuel injection and central camshaft. The torque was 284 Nm.
Being equipped with the powertrain, the minivan accelerates to 190 km / h. In the city the AI-91 engine consumes 12.4 liters per one hundred km, while on the highway it needs 11.2 liters per one hundred km. The car also consumes 11.2 liters per 100 km on the combined cycle.
The basic model featured the use of four-speed automatic transmission. The front suspension was characterizes by a stabilizer, cross coil springs and a double wishbone A-Arm. The basic car tires are 215/70R15 or 225/60R16.
The company introduced a modified and improved version of Pontiac Montana in 2002. It had 4 doors. The max trunk capacity was 3765 liters. The four-wheel drive version was available.
GM organized subclass car smuggle SMV in 2004 which produced a new car known as Pontiac Montana SV6 next year. However, its production was terminated due to low demand.