...passenger accommodations in a feature-laden package.Published: 10/02/2004 Updated: 10/02/2009 What's New for 2004: Versatrak all-wheel drive is now an available option on all models as is a CD/MP3 player and XM Satellite Radio. Front and side impact airbags are now standard. Pontiac has decided not to offer separate Value and base trim levels this year; the lineup now consists of a base model and the highline MontanaVision. Note that ABS and second-row captain's chairs are now optional rather than standard on base models. Pros: Available eight-passenger seating, folding third-row seat on...
...Ultrasonic rear parking assist, which is optional on extended-length models, warns if you get too close to an obstacle while backing up. GM’s OnStar communication system is available, and the optional MontanaVision DVD-based entertainment system features a fold-down 7-inch screen. Under the Hood Like its cousins from Chevrolet and Oldsmobile, the Montana uses a 185-horsepower, 3.4-liter V-6 engine and a four-speed-automatic transmission. Versatrak all-wheel drive is offered only on extended-length Montanas. Safety Side-impact airbags for the front seats provide head and chest protection...
...ABS brakes are standard on all but the shorter base model, which also doesn't come standard with captain's chairs. Otherwise, you can get quite a lot on the base, including remote entry, cruise control, rear wiper, power features, and a standard roof luggage rack. Dual sliding doors are standard, and there is a power option on the extended trims. Other options include traction control, heated leather seats, parking assist, and an air compressor. MontanaVision is Pontiac's DVD system that comes with headphones and a remote control and keeps the kids occupied while you enjoy the SUV-like...