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Pontiac Montana Cars For Sale In Canada

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The Pontiac Montana full-size front-wheel drive minivan has been produced by the General Motors division since 1997. From the moment it was launched into production until 1998, it bore the name Pontiac Trans Sport Montana.

The 5-door body had dimensions of 5100/1830/1730 mm with a wheelbase of 3070 mm and a track gauge of 1560/1610 mm. The curb weight of the car is 1790 kg. The ground clearance was 165 mm. The number of seats in the spacious body varied from 6 to 8. The maximum trunk volume with the seats folded reached 4380 liters.

The car was equipped with a 3.35 liter V6 gasoline engine with 186 hp / 5200 rpm and torqueend 284 Nm / 4000 rpm. This engine has 4 valves per cylinder, a central camshaft and multipoint fuel injection. A minivan with such a power unit is capable of accelerating to 190 km / h. Consumption of AI-91 in the city is 12.4 liters, on the highway 9.1 liters and in the combined cycle - 11.2 liters per 100 kilometers.

The engine was aggregated with a 4-speed automatic transmission.

The front suspension was a combination of a wishbone, a spring-loaded strut and a transverse stabilizer, the rear one consisted of double wishbones, transverse stabilizersisator and coil springs.

The front brakes are ventilated discs, the rear ones are drum brakes. The standard tire size is 215 / 70R15 or 225 / 60R16.

In 2002, a restyling was carried out. There were modifications with a wheelbase shortened to 2845 mm, as a result, a body length of 4755 mm, as well as with four doors instead of five. The maximum volume of the luggage compartment for such a car was still a considerable 3765 liters. The production of all-wheel drive versions has also begun.

In 2004, GM established a subclass of SMV (Sport Mini-van Vehicle) cars, and it will be the first to introduce itLem has become the new Pontiac Montana SV6. Its release began in the first half of 2005. After 2006, sales of the minivan in the United States were discontinued due to low demand; The model is supplied exclusively to the Canadian and Mexican markets, although it is still assembled at the modernized plant in Doraville, Georgia, USA, in parallel with the single-platform minivans Chevrolet Uplander, Buick Terraza and Saturn Relay.

The design and a number of design features put the Montana SV6 closer to minivans than SUVs. Its 7-seater 5-door body is distinguished by an increased to 1830 mmheight, and the interior - convertible like a minivan - with seven separate full-size seats with individual seat belts. This arrangement allows you to change the volume of the luggage compartment from 501 to 3865 liters (depending on the size of the wheelbase). As with the previous generation, models are available with a standard base (2870 mm) and an extended one for the Extended version (3077 mm).

The car is equipped with LX9 3.5 liter engines with a capacity of 203 hp, and since 2007 - new 3.9-liter V6 12V LZ9 series (243 hp / 6000 rpm, 325 Nm / 4800 rpm). Maximum machine speed with 3.9 L motor 180 km / h, acceleration to hundreds takes 11 seconds. Consumption of AI-95 in the city is 13.1 liters, on the highway - 9.8 liters, and in the combined cycle - 11.2 liters. For the Canadian market only, machines are supplied with LGD V6 engines with similar performance.

The motors are paired with a 4-speed automatic transmission. The Versatrak all-wheel drive system is borrowed for the Montana SV6 from the discontinued Aztek.

Front suspension with MacPherson struts, rear can be of two types: semi-independent spring on trailing arms for front-wheel drive version; independent with double crossbarslevers - for 4WD. Tomozas are both front and rear discs.

The Montana SV6 scored the highest in NII impact tests, addressing a safety concern raised by the first generation of Montana, which was highly criticized by car makers.

GM management plans to end production of the Montana SV6 and close the Doraville plant in 2009 due to unprofitability.

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