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  • Minivans are a symbol of suburban conformity. Pontiac is GM's symbol of performance. Throw the two together and Pontiac hoped to create a minivan that conjured up images of outdoor adventure and vigorous activity rather than grocery bags and soccer balls. They even gave their minivan an SUV-like name-- Montana.
    There were minor changes to the 2000 Pontiac Montana. The 3.4-liter, 185-hp V6 received some tweaks to improve fuel economy, reduce engine noise, and reduce emissions. Heated leather seats and reading lamps became an option, and the instrument panel was also slightly modified. Despite its SUV aspirations (foglights, two-tone exterior with body cladding) and obvious stylistic influences, the 2000 Montana is still a minivan and comes only with front-wheel drive.

    Available in regular or extended versions, removable seats can be configured for up to eight passengers. Dual sliding doors are optional on regular minivans and standard on the extended, and a power passenger sliding door is optional. Other nice options include a video entertainment system (MontanaVision). Audio controls in the rear are standard and help appease sullen teenagers while keeping mom and dad's ears safe and sound. A pollen filter in the ventilation system and an air compressor in the cargo area are other innovative features.

    Good handling, a peppy engine, and sporty looks help set the 2000 Montana apart from other minivans, say owners. The storage space and passenger room is functional, yet flexible. Most like the audio controls on the steering wheel, the power sliding door, and the air compressor. Complaints mention flimsy cupholders and numerous mechanical and electrical problems, with the main culprits being the power door, the intake manifold, and the transmission. Overall build quality has been a major disappointment.

    The 2000 Pontiac Montana was given its nameplate in 1999. Since that time, the Montana has proven itself a worthy economy rival to other vans on the market. The Montana is marketed as the sportiest of the front-drive minivan models offered by Pontiac. The Montana is very closely related to the Venture and the Oldsmobile Silhouette, differing only in exterior molding and features. However, the Montana does give a peppy ride thanks to its redesigned engine. In fact, the ride with the Montana was so impressive its underpinnings were used to create two sport utility vehicles: the 2001 Pontiac Aztek and the 2002 Buick Rendezvous.

  • Minivans are a symbol of suburban conformity. Pontiac is GM's symbol of performance. Throw the two together and Pontiac hoped to create a minivan that conjured up images of outdoor adventure and vigorous activity rather than grocery bags and soccer balls. They even gave their minivan an SUV-like name-- Montana.
    There were minor changes to the 2000 Pontiac Montana. The 3.4-liter, 185-hp V6 received some tweaks to improve fuel economy, reduce engine noise, and reduce emissions. Heated leather seats and reading lamps became an option, and the instrument panel was also slightly modified. Despite its SUV aspirations (foglights, two-tone exterior with body cladding) and obvious stylistic influences, the 2000 Montana is still a minivan and comes only with front-wheel drive.

    Available in regular or extended versions, removable seats can be configured for up to eight passengers. Dual sliding doors are optional on regular minivans and standard on the extended, and a power passenger sliding door is optional. Other nice options include a video entertainment system (MontanaVision). Audio controls in the rear are standard and help appease sullen teenagers while keeping mom and dad's ears safe and sound. A pollen filter in the ventilation system and an air compressor in the cargo area are other innovative features.

    Good handling, a peppy engine, and sporty looks help set the 2000 Montana apart from other minivans, say owners. The storage space and passenger room is functional, yet flexible. Most like the audio controls on the steering wheel, the power sliding door, and the air compressor. Complaints mention flimsy cupholders and numerous mechanical and electrical problems, with the main culprits being the power door, the intake manifold, and the transmission. Overall build quality has been a major disappointment.

    The 2000 Pontiac Montana has an improved engine that runs quieter and is more durable over the long run. The electrical system is also improved to solve some earlier issues. The instrument console is redesigned, and a new radio is installed. The air control blower system was also redesigned to keep the cabin as quite as possible.

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    The 2000 Pontiac Montana has a slightly different look from other minivans in the GM family. Lower body cladding is different from other models, and the two-port front grille is unique. The Montana comes with a standard two-tone exterior paint with the lower cladding painted a charcoal color. Taupe or silver lower cladding is also available as an optional feature. Standard equipment includes fog lights, power heated mirrors, rear window defroster, sliding driver’s side door, tinted glass, a rear window wiper, and daytime running lights. Optional equipment includes a camper/towing package, a keyless entry system, self-leveling suspension alloy wheels, roof rack, privacy glass, and an OnStar system.

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