Used 2004 Pontiac Aztek Review

Edmunds expert review

Although functional as a minivan/sport-utility crossover, the Aztek's ungainly handling and weak engine make it hard to recommend over more refined wagons and sport-utes.




What's new for 2004

An MP3 player is newly available, as are new five-spoke aluminum wheels. A rally appearance package that includes chrome exhaust tips, a body-colored front grille and a lowered suspension is now available, but can only be had with black, orange or gray exterior paint.





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