FWD w/1SB Front-wheel Drive Extended Passenger Van
2005 Pontiac Montana SV6

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EngineEngine 3.5LV-6
MPGMPG 18 City / 24 Hwy
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2005 Montana SV6 Overview

General Motors has had two unsuccessful tries at building a minivan that the American public wants.Finally, GM may have found a workable formula with a selection of all-new long-nose family haulers: the Pontiac Montana SV6, the Chevrolet Uplander, the Saturn Relay and the Buick Terraza.

The long-nose design gets the engine completely forward for additional crash protection, and out of the way, and lets the interior open up so that real American families can use every cubic foot.GM also believes that the long-nose design makes the minivans look more like SUVs and thus makes them more acceptable to those buyers who attach some kind of less-than-macho stigma to minivan ownership.Montana competes against the Honda Odyssey, the Toyota Sienna, the Dodge Grand Caravan, the Ford Freestar, and the Nissan Quest.

We found the all-new Pontiac Montana SV6 to be pleasant and easy to manage, though not bristling with horsepower.It's roomy and competent, though it doesn't offer the latest in interior innovation.The Pontiac may be the best of the GM minivans with sporty, distinctive styling in a vehicle class not noted for those attributes.All-wheel drive is available, a key feature for owners who battle wintry weather.The Montana SV6 is priced well below the Odyssey and some of the other minivans, and cash incentives can sweeten the deal considerably.
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2005 Montana SV6 Overview

General Motors has had two unsuccessful tries at building a minivan that the American public wants.Finally, GM may have found a workable formula with a selection of all-new long-nose family haulers: the Pontiac Montana SV6, the Chevrolet Uplander, the Saturn Relay and the Buick Terraza.

The long-nose design gets the engine completely forward for additional crash protection, and out of the way, and lets the interior open up so that real American families can use every cubic foot.GM also believes that the long-nose design makes the minivans look more like SUVs and thus makes them more acceptable to those buyers who attach some kind of less-than-macho stigma to minivan ownership.Montana competes against the Honda Odyssey, the Toyota Sienna, the Dodge Grand Caravan, the Ford Freestar, and the Nissan Quest.

We found the all-new Pontiac Montana SV6 to be pleasant and easy to manage, though not bristling with horsepower.It's roomy and competent, though it doesn't offer the latest in interior innovation.The Pontiac may be the best of the GM minivans with sporty, distinctive styling in a vehicle class not noted for those attributes.All-wheel drive is available, a key feature for owners who battle wintry weather.The Montana SV6 is priced well below the Odyssey and some of the other minivans, and cash incentives can sweeten the deal considerably.Hide Full Review