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2005 Pontiac Montana

2005  Pontiac Montana
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The Montanan minivan has a slimmed-down lineup for 2005, as it prepares to move into the shadowy realm of memory. Along with the Grand Am, the Montana enters 2005 knowing that it is the very last go-round, unless Pontiac one day decides to revive it from the grave.

For 2005, Pontiac's minivan drops regular-length and all-wheel-drive models. That means that there's only a front-wheel drive, extended length wheelbase model. However, the Montana is still safe, it is still roomy, it is still dependable and it will still last quite a long time. Quality and craftsmanship are two things that weren't forgotten, even if it is the Montana's last year.

Available Models
The 2005 Pontiac Montana extended length is offered with a 1SA package and a 1SE group.

Interior Features
Extended length Montanas can seat up to eight people. They also offer up to 141 cubic feet of cargo volume.

The 2005 Pontiac Montana is fairly well appointed at the base 1SA level. Some of the standards are front air conditioning, cruise control, cloth upholstery, front bucket seats, cupholders, power mirrors, windows and door locks, remote keyless entry, an AM/FM/CD player and a digital clock.

1SE models add front and rear air conditioning with rear controls, a 6-way power driver seat, second-row bucket seats, heated power mirrors, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with radio controls, rear radio controls, a rear-seat DVD player, a trip computer and more.

Exterior Features
Power operation for both side doors is available on all models.

The engine used by the 2005 Pontiac Montana is a 3.4-liter V6, mated to 4-speed automatic transmission. It produces 185 horsepower and 210 lb-ft of torque.

There are a number of performance upgrades offered by Pontiac on the options list. Load-leveling rear suspension, traction control, an air-inflator kit and sport-tuned suspension can all be had at a modest fee.

A trailering package includes a trailer-wiring harness, heavy-duty engine- and transmission-oil cooling and the aforementioned air-inflator kit and load-leveling rear suspension.

Safety and Security
Antilock brakes and front side airbags are standard on the 1SE, optional with the 1SA. The Montana also has dual-stage frontal airbags and available side-impact airbags for supplemental protection for front-seat passengers. Dual-stage frontal airbags are designed to help reduce the risk of airbag-induced injury.

The 2005 Pontiac Montana is also equipped with the LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren) system of anchors for child safety seats. This system provides two lower anchors and a top tether anchor to be used to secure a child seat to the vehicle seat structure.

2005 Pontiac Montana - New for 2005

Front-wheel drive/extended wheelbase configuration only
Two exterior colors: Sedona Beige Metallic and Dark Blue Metallic

Fast Stats
7 or 8
MSRP from
3.4L V6
185 @ 5200
4-speed auto
MPG: City/Hwy
19 / 26

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