Knock on wood. So far our "99" Pontiac Montana has been just about flawless and has not cost us one red cent in repairs so far. We bought it new and are very pleased with this Van. We had some minor problems that were fixed when taking it in for inspections at not cost to us. We had a minor leak in the rear hatch.. one of the seat switches was replaced which we really didn't know was bad and the sliding door was recalled to have it recalibrated the door has never failed. The van still looks like new and still has it's original exhaust. We get a easy 25 mpg on the road. We will be buying a new vehicle next year... we will most likely buy another GM v
Stainless steel exhaust and galvanized metal body. I've seen many people who own "highly rated" vehicles replacing exhaust systems at 7 or 8 years and major rust. Editors never rate cars on how they look after 10 years. My GM's look like new after 10 years have no rust and original exhausts.
More air circulation for front passenger side A/C.