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9 Pontiac Aztek results

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Pontiac 2001 Aztek
2001 Pontiac Aztek Base
187,951 Miles
Mansfield, OH
6
days on market
180%
more than similar listings
6
days on market
$7,988
Pontiac 2004 Aztek
2004 Pontiac Aztek Base
189,786 Miles
Lakeland, FL
78
days on market
9%
less than similar listings
78
days on market
$2,950
Pontiac 2001 Aztek
2001 Pontiac Aztek GT
122,265 Miles
Sherman Oaks, CA
313
days on market
21%
more than similar listings
313
days on market
$4,995
Pontiac 2005 Aztek
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2005 Pontiac Aztek Base
188,352 Miles
Dallas, TX
50
days on market
42%
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50
days on market
$4,950
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Pontiac 2004 Aztek
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2004 Pontiac Aztek Base
0 Mile
Bedford, VA
1297
days on market
85%
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1297
days on market
$1,395
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Pontiac 2002 Aztek
2002 Pontiac Aztek Base
163,717 Miles
Olathe, KS
5
days on market
15%
more than similar listings
5
days on market
$3,995
Pontiac 2004 Aztek
2004 Pontiac Aztek Base
112,414 Miles
Michigan City, IN
92
days on market
5%
more than similar listings
92
days on market
$5,250
Pontiac 2003 Aztek
2003 Pontiac Aztek Base
103,790 Miles
Saylorsburg, PA
7
days on market
38%
less than similar listings
7
days on market
$2,995
Pontiac 2004 Aztek
2004 Pontiac Aztek Base
127,025 Miles
Mcdonough, GA
20
days on market
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Pontiac Aztek OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
3.9
28 Reviews
5 star
21%
4 star
46%
3 star
29%
2 star
4%
1 star
0%
Overall
3.9
Value
3.9
Style
3.2
Performance
3.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.3
Reliability
3.5
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Glenn
Glenn
Cleveland, Ohio
5.0
Best vehicle ever
I honestly did not find anything I disliked about the vehicle. I loved the look of it, the size, the performance, the accessories. I love the idea of a split hatch, and having seats and cupholders on the lower gate.
inlo
inlo
Rohrsburg, Pennsylvania
2.0
The Aztec, the car that sank Pontiac
The styling of the Aztec was truly unique. It was a true love it or hate it car. It didn't know what it wanted to be, part SUV part luxury car. The appointments in the car where truly awesome, stylish and comfortable. I believe the car only ran for 4 or 5 years before it sank into oblivion and brought the whole company down with it because of its failure to catch on to the car buying public. The car was introduced to the buying public in 2001 ( the year I owned) to Luke warm reviews. As I stated before it was a love it or hate it type of car. I had the misfortune of loving the unique body styling when I first saw it. Then I hoped in for a test drive and the ride was super, smooth as sitting in my living room. It handled well and had a superior sound system. Unfortunately all the good things this car had going for it could not compensate for the small under powered engine it was given, the faulty electrical system that was installed and the body control modulus that where placed through out the car that shorted out and had to be replaced ( at about $200 each) every time the wind blew.
Columbus, Ohio
3.0
It gets me around.
The car is a little older which I don't like very much - it means the radio is outdated and I don't have the cool features (steering wheel buttons, keyless entry, etc.) that my friends have. it has a lot of space which is good because I move around a lot I have driven 12 hours straight in the car and experienced no problem and it runs very well, even with almost 120,000 miles on it. I haven't had any issues at all so far.