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2003 Pontiac Montana REVIEW

Edmunds.com logo Edmunds.com 4/5/2017

Con: Weak offset crash test scores, cheap interior materials, unrefined powertrain character.

Pro: Available eight-passenger seating, folding third-row seat (extended-length models), optional rear parking aid sensor, spunky V6, sporty handling, available all-wheel drive, optional DVD video player.

Edmunds Say: If you can stomach the heavy doses of plastic trim both inside and out, the Montana offers peppy performance and comfortable passenger accommodations in a feature-laden package.

What’s New: The Montana gets only a few minor upgrades for 2003. The most notable change is the addition of an extended-length version of the Special Value van with a 60/40-split bench second-row seat as standard. More available free flow options also give the Value van a greater range of equipment.

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