This part will fit the following vehicles:
|2000 - 2004||Pontiac||Montana||Base||3.4L V6||Mini Cargo Van|
|1999 - 2005||Pontiac||Montana||Base||3.4L V6||Mini Passenger Van|
Other identifiers for this part: Eagle Eyes #: GM259-U000L, TYC #: 11-5132-00-1.
Fits years: 05 2005
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Pontiac, one of the United States' storied automakers, was struggling with its lineup in the late 1990s. With its minivan offering, the Trans Sport, posting disappointing sales figures, the company, which was operated by General Motors, elected to create an “upgrade package” in an effort to spark sales. The “Montana” was created, and eventually succeeded the Trans Sport nameplate. Sales ticked upward when Pontiac phased out the Trans Sport in favor of the Montana, but American consumers had all but abandoned the “minivan” models, regardless of the automaker. With SUVs taking center-stage in the industry, GM felt that it was best to discontinue the Montana in the U.S. in 2010.
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