2001 Pontiac Montana
216,440 Miles
$2,300

Plainfield, IN
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2003 Pontiac Montana
184,000 Miles
$2,990

Burley, ID
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2006 Pontiac Montana
160,192 Miles
$3,995

Flint, MI
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2004 Pontiac Montana
128,196 Miles
$3,500

Cedar City, UT
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2009 Pontiac Montana
110,589 Miles
$9,995

Battle Creek, MI
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2006 Pontiac Montana
71,287 Miles
$5,601

Royal Oak, MI
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1999 Pontiac Montana
213,825 Miles
$1,988

Madison, SD
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2004 Pontiac Montana
185,085 Miles
$3,000

Alma, NE
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1999 Pontiac Montana
96,794 Miles
$3,998

East Troy, WI
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2003 Pontiac Montana
192,281 Miles
$3,995

Benton, IL
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2004 Pontiac Montana
111,435 Miles
$5,875

Newaygo, MI
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2001 Pontiac Montana
148,827 Miles
$2,300

Morris, MN
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2004 Pontiac Montana
138,352 Miles
$2,999

Fort Wayne, IN
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2002 Pontiac Montana
141,499 Miles
$2,875

Owosso, MI
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2003 Pontiac Montana
96,702 Miles
$7,995

Mt Vernon, IL
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2004 Pontiac Montana
134,227 Miles
$4,995

Beatrice, NE
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2003 Pontiac Montana
$2,888

Waukesha, WI
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2003 Pontiac Montana
189,759 Miles
$2,500

Martinsville, IN
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2000 Pontiac Montana
141,855 Miles
$3,244

Forest City, IA
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Pontiac Montana Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.9
Value
3.9
Performance
3.5
Style
3.5
Comfort
4.4
Fuel Economy
2.8
Maintenance
4.0

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Pontiac Montana Owner Ratings & Reviews

2005 Pontiac Montana - Good Family Van

Fargo, North Dakota
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
4.0
As someone who has owned sedans in the past, I was skeptical about the Montana SV6. However, the SV6 is one of the smoothest rides I have drove. It handles bumps and potholes like a pro. The build is pretty sound as well, having been in a hail storm once or twice, I haven't noticed any dents. It's great for hauling large items as the seats all fold down. There's also built-in storage in the back of the van that doesn't take away from cargo space. I also enjoy the media center during long road trips. It allows me to store movies and cd's, the van has a built-in DVD player. It keeps my three year old very entertained on long drives. I think the interior cloth could be better quality, it stains easily and having a small child it stains often. I do wish the electrical work was better, ther... (more)
Story
During 4th of July we took this van to the reservoir to shoot off fireworks. My son, being 3 years old, was afraid of fireworks. During the first half of lighting them off he stayed hunkered with me, his mom, in the back of the van getting eaten alive by bugs. When he finally got the courage to go out and participate he would jump out of the back of the van and help light a firework and then r... (more)
Pros
The smooth ride and power steering. The storage capacity as it has built in storage in the cargo space, the option to fold down the seats, as well as a media center in the middle aisle. The built-in DVD player is a nice feature on long road trips with small children. The highway gas mileage seems pretty good for a van of it's size, usually getting 22-24mpg. The exterior is built well. It's an affordable mini-van.
Cons
The electrical work seems like it was overlooked or poorly done. The power key entrance stopped working not long after we bought it. The power lock will lock all but one door. The sliding door sometimes does not respond to the power button option. The back windshield wiper motor went out. The in town gas mileage is poor. The interior is very poor quality and stains easily.

2003 Pontiac Montana - Mom's Montana

Midland, Michigan
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
Bought this vehicle at approximately 100K miles. This is a multi-tasker's dream machine, not just your average grocery getter or taxi cab! Two adults, a daughter and all her accessories, a 65 pound dog and we still have room for groceries, sports equipment and more! The seats are comfortable and can be removed with very little effort. We even managed to easily transport a full size water heater, could have comfortably fit two side by side, no problems! The DVD player keeps the kid and any of her friends riding along happily occupied, plus, it has an air compressor for any inflatable needs, Bonus! Whether a long, relaxing drive in the country or zipping through the city streets, this vehicle is up to the task! As with most Pontiacs, however, the suspension is noisy and often small parts... (more)
Story
Taking the dog to the park. Loading everyone and everything up and going to the beach. Making multiple shopping stops and having plenty of room for purchases. No problem going to your local DIY Box Store and loading up!
Pros
We love the functionality of this vehicle. Pretty spacious, seats seven comfortably. The seats are very easy to remove and the amount of space available after they are removed is MUCH more than we would have thought. Rear tinted windows are an added bonus. Rear air compressor comes in handy. Daughter loves the rear DVD player. Overall very reliable, outside of a dead battery, no complaints there.
Cons
The standard crappy Pontiac suspension. Bumpy, noisy ride with more repairs to front and rear suspension and components than seem common. Harmonic balancers go bad on these relatively easily. Lots of complaints about rear suspension noise, no problems since replacing the self leveling shocks with regular Monroe.

2002 Pontiac Montana - I really like the vehicle

Lafayette, Louisiana
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
This vehicle was purchased used with 106,000 miles. It has held up well during the two years I have had it.
Story
Since the van seats 8 we can travel with our older children and grandchildren in one vehicle and have lively conversations, sing songs, play games on road trips.
Pros
This vehicle drives very nicely. The ride is comfortable up front. I like the sliding doors on the van. I really like that the sliding door on the passenger side can be opened by push button on the key fob along with by the door and overhead control. We haven't had any mechanical problems with the van and have over 120,000 miles on it. There is lots of room in the back for groceries, etc. There is plenty of leg room in the front seats and middle seats.
Cons
I wish the driver side sliding door could be opened by buttons also. I wish the middle seats came out individually. Only one of the middle seats can be removed by itself. The other is a bench. I wish it were easier to get into the third seat. If you don't remove the seat in the middle you have to climb over it to get into the rear seat.