Pontiac Montana

The Pontiac Montana is a large-capacity van der Pontiac brand by the U.S. manufacturer General Motors with front - or all-wheel drive. He was offered by the summer of 1999 until the autumn of 2008 in North America and Mexico.

Montana (1999-2005)

Pontiac Montana (1999-2005)

From 1997 to 1999 it was still the new and second series of the Pontiac Trans Sport. "Montana" initially referred to an option package with a special trim and wheel fittings, which gave the model an SUV - like appearance. The production of this generation took place in Doraville, Georgia in the GM plant.

In summer 1999 the model name "Montana" replaced the model name Trans Sport (2000 in Canada). The Pontiac Montana was identical to the Buick GL8, the Chevrolet Venture, the Oldsmobile Silhouette and the Opel Sintra and Vauxhall Sintra.

Montana SV6 (2005-2008 )

Pontiac Montana SV6 (2005-2008 )

In the spring of 2005, the Montana SV6 now designated car received a less aerodynamic design that will remind you of a SUV. It was based on the same platform as the models Buick Terraza, Chevrolet Uplander and Saturn Relay.

It was offered to 2006 in the U.S. and early 2009 in Canada and Mexico.

In the fall of 2008, production of the Montana SV6 was discontinued.