With the Trans Sport General Motors wanted the name of the subsidiary to Chrysler Pontiac, claiming the market leader in the minivan segment. The seven-seater Pontiac Trans Sport was introduced in 1990 and was initially equipped with a 120-hp 3.1-liter V6 engine. With this engine, the Pontiac Trans Sport negotiated a reputation to be motorized weaker than the competition, so that in 1992 a 3.8-liter V6 engine with 170 HP expanded the range of engines. Also, the Pontiac Trans Sport from this model year was equipped with larger brake discs and ABS. In 1996, the second generation of the Pontiac Trans Sport on the market. This comes only with a 180-hp 3.4-liter V6 and is of optics, not as futuristic as the first generation of minivans. Since 1999, the successor to the Pontiac Trans Sport is sold under the model name Montana. Interested in a cheap van? Whether mini - or minibus with two-wheel drive or 4x4, with this website, you are guaranteed to find the right vehicle.