1995 Pontiac Trans Sport
209,214 Miles

Elko, NV
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1992 Pontiac Trans Sport
78,500 Miles
$1,100

Kissimmee, FL
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1998 Pontiac Trans Sport
181,782 Miles
$1,995

Houston, TX
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1997 Pontiac Trans Sport
81,388 Miles
$2,500

Portland, OR
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1998 Pontiac Trans Sport
234,891 Miles
Accepting Offers

Hamilton, OH
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1998 Pontiac Trans Sport
133,816 Miles
$3,450

East Palestine, OH
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1997 Pontiac Trans Sport
96,000 Miles
$1,995

Philadelphia, PA
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1997 Pontiac Trans Sport
$2,094

Buford, GA
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1997 Pontiac Trans Sport
113,000 Miles
Accepting Offers

Clinton Township, MI
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Pontiac Trans Sport Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.3
Value
3.3
Performance
3.7
Style
3.7
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
3.0

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Pontiac Trans Sport Owner Ratings & Reviews

2000 Pontiac Trans Sport - Dependable and not bad looking

Bargersville, Indiana
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
3.0
My vehicle is a red Pontiac Trans Sport. I actually received it as a gift from my father. I like the style of it and the drive-ability. It is comfortable in operations and runs smoothly. The outside and the inside are both stylish and in good shape, in my opinion, as far as minivans go. It performs okay but does have some issues and a tune-up that needs to be worked on currently before it will be up to par.
Story
I drove with my husband and friend from the far south side of Indianapolis to the far north side to test out if it could handle driving on the interstate, which it can, and it's smooth. We had fun driving around with our snacks and drinks goofing off and it was generally just a fun and good experience.
Pros
My favorite thing about the vehicle would be the comfort and ease of driving it. It is not hard to handle at all, and would be a good road-trip vehicle, maybe even to take some day cross-country with the family. There is room to fit multiple passengers and cargo, so we'd be able to take it on a haul to Colorado someday maybe! (One of me and my husband's future goals) The gas mileage is also great, which comes in handy when driving around town, but also on long trips as well.
Cons
It has some issues that still need to be fixed, as we got it used. There is some sort of oil mixture in the radiator fluid reservoir, so I am hoping it is not a problem with the head gasket. Also, the temperature gauge is broken so I cannot tell if it is overheating or not. It needs an oil change and tune-up badly as well. However, it is a good vehicle overall in my opinion and all vehicles require constant maintenance.

1998 Pontiac Trans Sport - Decent family van.

23065, Virginia
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
2.0
I like the van just fine. It's a vehicle, and I'm not a nut about them, so I don't go all gushy over them. I like the comfort, the drivers seat is adjustable with a button. I like the leg room. Our model has 2 middle seats with space in between, and one long back seat. In our old one there were three middle seats that all folded down. In this model, the middle seats do not fold down, so I can't fit quite as much in this one as I could the old one. There is an automatic rear sliding door on the passenger side. There are a lot of little cubbies and cup holders. There are no heating or ac vents in the rear of the van, might be okay for a milder climate, but it's a bit stuffy for us in Virginia. I understand that it was an option, but we bought used and it isn't in this van. All the contro... (more)
Story
Well, it's kind of a personal thing with me. I'm very good at losing my car in parking lots. Our old van was the same as this one, only it had a dent in the rear door. I would go through the parking lot and look for the dent to find MY white van. We bought this van used, and funny enough, it has a dent in the same spot, so I can easily find it in the parking lot!
Pros
I like the adjustable seats, the drivers seat is adjustable electronically with button controls. The side view mirrors can both be adjusted from the drivers side. I feel stable when going around curves, it does not feel top heavy. It has a nice ride, smooth and pretty quiet. Everything is within easy reach of the driver, I don't have to lean down to do anything, I can even adjust the radio from the steering wheel. It's very comfortable to drive and as a passenger. There is an automatic rear sliding door on the passenger side, which is nice for the rear passengers. I can put a lot of stuff ... (more)
Cons
Some of the things I don't like are this particular van. This is not equipped with rear air vents for ac or heat. Apparently it was an option and it's annoying we found one without them. I did not realize they didn't exist...who would think that was a good idea?! But oh well, we own it now. I don't like that's it picky with aftermarket electric relays. We had three different relays installed and had to go to a 'genuine' part, which is much more expensive, because it just would not work properly with the aftermarket items. It does have some issues with being able to see, I've had people ste... (more)

1999 Pontiac Trans Sport - Best Van I've Driven

Fridley, Minnesota
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
4.0
I bought this van used from a friend and I've been driving it since October of 2013. For being 15 years old it handles like a dream and can go high speeds without any issues. It gets better gas mileage than the first car I ever drove and it's nice and roomy. There isn't even any rust on the car, which is amazing because I'm living in Minnesota where the salt on the road eats right through cars every winter. My favorite feature is the console that lets me see the outside temperature, as well as current fuel economy and average fuel economy, and how many more miles I can go on what gas I have left in the gas tank. To put this all in perspective I drove from Minneapolis, MN to Waterloo, IA and only used a little over 5 gallons of gas, a feat I didn't know was possible for a drive of over... (more)
Story
Me and a friend used it to drive from Minneapolis, MN to Joliet, IL to see a Weird Al concert.
Pros
No rust Great fuel economy outside temperature gauge
Cons
Transmission sticks every once in a while It idles "hard" (very loud when idling)