We LOVED our Transport-raised three kids in it. Like new when the original owner decided she needed something more classy. We road-tripped across this nation, even pulled a camper, hauled little league, school groups, and 4H kids. Our Transport eventually went to college with all three kids. Sure, at first our son resisted the "mini-van", but he soon realized how much computer junk he could pile into it, not to mention friends. Now the frame is pretty rusted, she's on her last leg, but still LOOKS and RUNs great. I love the drivers seat and the giant windshield, this was a MOM's car. I hate to part with her. CASH FOR CLUNKER? No way! :( I'd take another TRANSPORT in a heartbeat.
The DRIVERS SEAT, the whole INTERIOR. Dependable, reliable, low maintenance.
Moved to the North Country 12 years ago and needed a safe, dependable vehical for my wife. Working as an Automobile Consultant for a local dealer, I saw and elderly couple trading in their 1990 Trans Sport SE with 123K miles on it in 1998, I asked the owner of the dealership if he would sell it to me for the amount he allowed the owners of the van in trade, ($1000.00) which he agreed to and when I took it home I realized that the previous owners had taken excellent care of the van and it was loaded with every option that was available in 1990 for that model. I now have 200K miles and it still looks great and runs great. What a great investment. Thank you Pontiac. PS, it gets 24 mpg too.
Great handling, center of gravity seating in very comfortable seats, smooth ride, great visibility.
Too bad it had to be a Unibody because the frame will rust out before the rest of the vehicle, the fiber glass body is a great idea and still looks new.
Owned vehicle since new. No major
repairs yet. Maintenance is very
inexpensive and easy for owner to
perform. Plastic body doesn't rust or
dent. Looks in better condition than
any 12 yr old steel bodied car kept
outdoors. Runs perfect. Burns no oil.
Everything still works. I'd love to buy
another vehicle but don't have a reason